“Unleashing Inner Strength: Selena Gomez’s Latest Hit ‘De Una Vez’ Sparks Curiosity on Inspiration from Solitude or Past Relationships?”

Are you aware of the Spanish translation for the word “stand”? Selena Gomez, after a two-year break, has just released her first Spanish-language song and music video titled “De Una Vez,” which appears to have been influenced by Justin Bieber. Let’s take a moment to listen to her latest musical masterpiece!

Selena Gomez has brought joy to her fans by launching her first Spanish-language song in three years, titled “De Una Vez,” on January 15th. The track speaks about past difficult love experiences and starts with the lyrics “It doesn’t hurt like before, no/The wound of your love has healed.” This release has put an end to a year of rumors about a Spanish-language project from the 28-year-old singer. Her last Spanish-language track was “Taki Taki” in 2018.

Selena Gomez has just unveiled her latest music video for her new single “De Una Vez” on January 14th, sending a powerful message about being stronger alone. The song is a part of her latest set of singles that includes hit tracks such as “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now.” In the music video, Selena sings about having no regrets, despite her troubled past relationship with Justin Bieber. As soon as the song was released, her fans took to Twitter to theorize about the lyrics and their potential reference to Bieber. Some fans went as far as translating the Spanish lyrics into English for a better understanding of the message.

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