Fans are wasting no time bouncing on this news: gossipy tidbits propose The Weeknd may have another melody about Selena Gomez. The Weeknd, genuine name Abel Tesfaye, as of late enlisted a tune titled “Like Selena” on the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) site, E! News gave an account of Nov. 26. Thusly, fans are currently persuaded that the conceivable new tune is about his well known ex.
Bustle has connected with the Weeknd’s rep for input about the bits of gossip. The reports come after the artist apparently prodded new music on his Instagram, where he cleaned his record off to suit two solitary high contrast photographs. In his most recent post of an obscured face shared on Nov. 26, he composed an enigmatic inscription that read, “TONIGHT WE START A NEW BRAIN MELTING PSYCHOTIC CHAPTER! LET’S GO!”
While “Like Selena” could be in reference to pretty much any Selena, the Weeknd and Gomez broadly dated for 10 months. The couple was first connected in January 2017 however gave it up in October 2017. While they stayed tight-lipped about their relationship during their coupling, Gomez and the “Starboy” artist made their official honorary pathway debut at the Met Gala in May 2017.
In the event that “Like Selena,” truth be told, about the Weeknd’s famous ex, it wouldn’t be the first run through the artist has appeared to reference Gomez. Fans have since quite a while ago conjectured that verses to his 2018 track “Call Out My Name” allude to Gomez’s kidney transplant: “I almost cut a piece of myself for your life, guess I was just another pit stop, ‘til you made up your mind, you just wasted my time.”
The rumors encompassing “Like Selena” come after Gomez’s very own arrival to music. On Nov. 24, she performed at the 2019 American Music Awards in her first broadcast execution in quite a while. She commenced the service with a live presentation of her new melodies “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look At Her Now,” which hail from her forthcoming collection following a four-year music break.
In a meeting with New Music Daily with Zane Lowe in October, Gomez clarified why it took four years for her new collection to arrive at fulfillment. “I learned a lot from the last album and I wanted to take what I’ve learned and turn it into something even better,” she said. “And I’m glad I did because this year everything kind of just started pouring out of me.”
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