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Selena Gomez Is Planning to Retire from The Music Industry!

In the April issue of Vogue Selena confessed “It’s hard to keep doing music when people don’t necessarily take you seriously.” Moreover, in the interview, the 28-year-old singer was seen expressing doubt over her music career. Selena furthermore told the magazine, “I’ve had moments where I’ve been like, ‘What’s the point? Why do I keep doing this?’”

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Source: Elle

Can “Adios” Be Selena Gomez’s Last Song?

Further inflaming the retirement rumors is Selena’s latest single, “Adiós,” off her forthcoming Spanish-language EP, “Revelación.” While teasing the song this week on social media, Gomez wrote in Spanish, “Te lo quería decir adiós,” which means, “I wanted to tell you goodbye.”

Cardi B Is Not Okurrr With the Idea of Selena Gomez Retiring from Music

However, fans are not ready to say goodbye to Selena yet, and so is the case for the famous rapper, Cardi B. Selena and Cardi had previously collaborated on the bilingual club banger “Taki Taki.” She showed her support for the “Lose You to Love Me” hitmaker on Twitter. Moreover, she tweeted, “I don’t think Selena should retire. She makes good music & her fans love her. I think she needs one more Era. An edgy one that no one ever seen her as. I would love to give her some ideas.”

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Source: Elle

Selena Gomez Revealed That She Wasn’t Sure If She Was Ready to Make A Song in Spanish

Selena told The Times’ Suzy Exposito, “I didn’t think I was ready to make a record in Spanish. I was fluent in Spanish until I started working at 7. Then my job just kinda took over my life.” Moreover, she added, “There would be moments where I would end the [recording] session because I would get so frustrated. Not just trying to create an album from my basement … but making it sound authentic. That’s something that requires meticulous care. But now, I think I actually sound better in Spanish than I do in English.”

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