Selena Gomez appear to announce SG3 release in February 2024

Selena Gomez's New Album 'SG3' is Anticipated for February 2024

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December 8, 2023

Selena Gomez is stirring excitement with the upcoming release of her new album "SG3," teasing fans with glimpses of her creative process and promising a fresh musical direction. Amidst eager anticipation, Gomez has confirmed the album's arrival in just two months. Here is what we know so far...


xcitement is mounting as Selena Gomez has confirmed that a new album, tentatively named "SG3," is on its way. This revelation first emerged in May 2021, when Gomez shared an intriguing image on her Instagram Stories. The photo featured what seemed to be her wrist, adorned with a pink and red beaded bracelet bearing the inscription “SG3.” This subtle hint sent her fans into a frenzy, sparking a wave of excitement across social media platforms about the upcoming album. Further heightening the anticipation, in June, Gomez posted a picture from a studio in Paris, accompanied by the reassuring caption: "don’t worry guys, it’s coming. Even from Paris. 😉" This post served as a confirmation that despite her busy schedule, new music was indeed in the pipeline.

On December 7, Selena Gomez's engagement with her fans on Instagram provided exciting insights into her upcoming music. In response to a fan's eager post, "Ok, since Selena's answering comments can u tell her more about SG3 idk?? ? @selenagomez make it QUICK," Selena playfully replied, "way before my birthday." This interaction continued as another fan speculated, "i hope is marketing for a new album," to which Selena responded affirmatively, "me too," followed by an enthusiastic "oh, my god! I'm so excited it's coming." She eventually gave a more definitive timeline, stating that fans could expect the album's release in "2 months."

Selena Gomez "way before my birthday" when questioned about SG3
Selena Gomez on IG "oh, my god! I'm so excited it's coming" on the upcoming SG3 studio album
Selena Gomez shares excitement over upcoming SG3studio album

This upcoming album follows her January 2020 solo album "Rare" and the March 2021 Spanish-Language EP, "Revelación." In a candid conversation with Vogue in April 2021, Gomez opened up about her struggles in the music industry and the possibility of retiring from music. She expressed her frustration, saying, “It’s hard to keep doing music when people don’t necessarily take you seriously. I’ve had moments where I’ve been like, ‘What’s the point? Why do I keep doing this?’” Despite these challenges, she acknowledged the support of her fans and expressed a desire to try something different with her next album, potentially considering it her last foray into music.

However, in a later interview with Vogue Australia in June 2021, Gomez seemed to have a renewed perspective on her musical career. She reflected, “I think my life has been dominated by music. And I don’t mind it whatsoever, I’m so grateful. I’ll always probably make music, even if it’s just for me, and that’s something I’ll cherish.” She also hinted at more music in the works, mentioning a studio visit post-interview.

Gomez's approach to her music, especially evident in "Revelación," has been about stepping out of her comfort zone and respecting her audience and heritage. She shared with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, “It is something that needed to be precise and needed to be respected by the audience I’m going to release this for. Of course, I want everyone to enjoy the music, but I am targeting my fan base. I’m targeting my heritage, and I couldn’t be more excited.”

Although Selena is engaged in various projects, such as the Hulu series "Only Murders in the Building," her primary focus at present is unmistakably on her music. As fans eagerly await more details, Gomez continues to work on her album, promising a blend of personal reflection and artistic growth.

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