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Selena Gomez says new album will have Latin influence

The singer last released the album "Revival" in October 2015.

By Annie Martin
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Selena Gomez says new album will have Latin influence
Selena Gomez attends WE Day California on April 27. The singer teased her forthcoming third studio album Monday in a Twitter Q&A. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

Aug. 15 (UPI) -- Selena Gomez says her new album will have a Latin influence and plenty of collaborations.

The 25-year-old singer and actress teased her forthcoming third studio album Monday in a Twitter Q&A, following the release of her single "Fetish" featuring Gucci Mane.

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Gomez confirmed her album will have a Latin influence, telling her 50.6 million Twitter followers she "always" incorporates her heritage onto each record. She named Eminem as her dream collaborator, but kept mum about who will appear on her album.

"I love being able to collaborate w/different artists & producers so every song is new and different. #streamwithsel Can't name anyone yet," the star tweeted. "[I most love] being able to learn from someone else's sound and combining it with mine."

Gomez told fans she would choose "a deep blue" if she were to describe her record with a color. She said she found "the most inspiration" for the album "during seasons of change."

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"There's one [song] that is really special to me. It's [a] ballad," the singer teased.

Gomez's new album is expected to include the singles "Bad Liar" and "Fetish," which debuted in July. She last released the album Revival in October 2015 prior to her retreat from the spotlight to focus on her mental health.

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