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Selena Gomez: I've made a dance record

Published 07/03/2013

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez enjoyed recording her fourth album and is "super stoked" for its release.

The 20-year-old will debut the first single from her fourth album release in April.

The sound she's achieved is similar to English singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding's electro-pop and indie folk balanced music.

"It is so much fun [making music]. I made a huge fun dance record that I'm so proud of. I got to record 20 or so great songs and work with a bunch of different producers and they're all really fun, pop songs and a little Ellie Goulding-ish, a little island-y feel. It's a really fun pop record. I'm super stoked for it," Selena gushed to Teen Vogue. "It's kind of been hush-hush about it and I'm excited for the single to come out and for my fans to hear it."

The busy actress is currently promoting her indie film Spring Breakers. The movie sees Selena step away from her Disney image and try something more risky. This is just the start of the exciting projects she has lined up this year.

"I just finished my fourth record, so I'll release the single in April and then I'll tour this summer. I also did two other movies that haven't come out yet. One of them is called The Getaway, with Ethan Hawke, which is a really fun action movie. And then the other, I did with Nat Wolff and Mary-Louise Parker and it's a fun, dark comedy. I'm hoping that will come out soon," she continued.

Selena has appeared in several magazines recently and discussed her romantic life with the new edition of Harper's Bazaar. The career girl said she hasn't had much action since splitting with Justin Bieber at the end of last year.

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