Selena Gomez Explains Why Her Song ‘Vulnerable’ Is Among Her ‘Favorites’ From New Album ‘Rare’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Selena Gomez at the premiere of

Selena Gomez is setting up about her 3rd studio record, Rare

Her first since 2015’s Revival, Rare hit racks and online streaming services on Jan. 10, 2020. Gomez debuted two lead singles in Oct. 2019 in front of Rare’s official launch: “Lose You to Love Me” — apparently about her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber — followed closely by “Look at Her Now,” an upbeat track about shifting after a breakup, additionally considered about her commitment with Bieber that finished in 2018 after a few splits and reconciliations. 

While Gomez has actually talked openly many times about it becoming her many individual record however, some Rare songs get noticed among the list of remainder when it comes to 27-year-old pop music celebrity. Ahead, discover the reason why the Texas local matters “Vulnerable” as you of her your favorite music through the 13-track album. 

Selena Gomez at the premiere of 'Dolittle' on Jan. 11, 2020
Selena Gomez in the premiere of ‘Dolittle’ on Jan. 11, 2020 | Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

‘Vulnerable’ a favorite of Gomez’s for message

In a phone meeting with Billboard posted on Jan. 14, 2020, Gomez mentioned her audio, specifically the 6th track on her behalf record, “Vulnerable.” 

“The song that really sticks out to me is “Vulnerable,” which can be dedicated to the energy involved in using and retaking leaps of trust, even though it does not exercise,” Jason Lipshutz of Billboard informed Gomez. 

She decided saying “Vulnerable” is regarded as her “favorites” too for just what “it is saying.” 

“That’s actually one of my favorites as well, for that reason. It is saying, after completely being depleted from life or whatever … I turned bitter for a while. I was extremely bitter and very dry,” she stated before incorporating, “I was just disconnected to my feelings for so long.” 

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Gomez carried on, saying she covers her thoughts with a professional. 

“But I go to therapy, I talk about everything that I’m walking through. I felt like, ‘Why do I do this? Why do I give myself away to people, even if it’s just friends or random people? Why do I do that?’ And I realized it is because one of my strengths, that I thought was a weakness, is being vulnerable,” she explained. 

This is when “Vulnerable” comes in. 

“So when we worked on the song, that’s exactly where it started,” Gomez stated. “If I can give you all of myself, are you able to take that, and take care of that? And if you’re not, then I’m still gonna be who I am. I’m just not gonna have you in my life, but I’m gonna continue to be who I am.”

Lines into the tune are priced between “if I give you every piece of me, I know that you could drop it” and “I would tell you all my secrets, wrap your arms around my weakness,” to “and If the only other option’s letting go I’ll stay vulnerable.”

She included that “multiple people” have actually told her “they love it” saying the tune “could be a single.” 

Gomez ‘wanted a record that made people feel something’

In the same meeting, Gomez, that has an estimated web worth of $60 million, supplied up information about exactly what she desired this record to be. 

“I wanted a record that made people feel something,” Gomez stated, “whether that was a hard relationship to get through, or gaining your confidence back, or being okay with just having fun.” 

“So there’s different layers to it, and I’m so grateful that it ended up becoming what it is now, after four and a half years,” she added. 

The singer and celebrity has actually however to discharge details regarding a Rare World trip. However, while going to the premiere of Dolittle on Jan. 11, 2020, Gomez performedn’t totally eliminate the alternative of using the record on the highway. “We are still figuring it out,” she informed Extra before incorporating, “I love being able to see my fans.” So, a tour might be in Gomez’s future.

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