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Selena Gomez’s New Album Is Titled ‘Rare’: See The Tracklist And Cover Art

Selena Gomez’s new record drops January 10.

Selenators are celebrating Selena’s supposed new album title. If we are to believe the Internet, the new album is titled Rare. There’s also a tracklist and album cover floating around. In the photo, Selena is wearing a shirt with the word “rare” emblazoned on the front.

More than a year ago, Selena told fans in a live stream on social media that “Rare” was her favorite song she hasn’t released yet, saying it contained a beautiful message for girls who don’t realize their worth.

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Rare rumored tracklist:

Lose You To Love Me
Look At Her Now
Rare
Dance Again
Ring
Vulnerabale
People You Know
Let Me Get There
Crowded Room (feat 6LACK)
Kinda Crazy
FUN
Cut You Off
A Sweet Place (feat Kid Cudi)

The new album drops January 10.

A snippet of the song stars in a commercial. Check that out below, then let us know what you think in the comments!

7 replies on “Selena Gomez’s New Album Is Titled ‘Rare’: See The Tracklist And Cover Art”

Nooo. 😭 I have this fantasy since high school of Britney having an album called RARE. I want it for Britney. 😢 These new pop girls love to use big words as album titles cause it sounds cool and artsy but they never really live up to it – by filling the album with a bunch of generic pop songs. I love Selena but RARE sounds like a Grammy winning album and I highly doubt Grammy winning is what you’re gonna serve us. 😪 I’d rather have Taylor use that as an album title or Ariana. But Selena. Oh girl, that’s quite a mission statement.

I like the album title, but I hate that cover, the spacing and the coloring is awful. And this might sound like a little detail but I HATE it when you can see the title TWICE on the same cover ugh…

“I HATE it when you can see the title TWICE on the same cover ugh…” that is actually SUPER annoying. Especially since she’s seen here with it on her T-shirt. Typing it again on the cover literally beat the whole purpose. The cover art has an amateur early fan art vibe that’s not old enough for a revival and just looks basic

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