Selena Gomez is offering her followers what they desire!
The vocalist went down a “new” track, “Feel Me,” on Friday — though it’s one Selenators have been demanding since 2016.
“On the Revival Tour, I introduced a song that you guys haven’t stopped talking about since,” Gomez tweeted when the track went down at midnight. “So you asked, and I listened. Today, ‘Feel Me’ is out online and vinyl everywhere.”
The track was created when Gomez remained in the center of her on-again, off-again relationship with ex-lover Justin Bieber, before their 2017 settlement as well as succeeding split — as well as the verses appear to be sending out a message to an unfaithful lover.
“Do you stay up late so that you don’t dream?” the currently-27-year-old performer bellows as the up-tempo track develops to the carolers. “Every time your lips touch another / I want you to feel me / I want you to feel me.”
On the Revival Tour, I introduced a song that you guys haven’t stopped talking about since. Soo you asked and I listened 😘 Today, Feel Me is out online and vinyl everywhere 🖤 https://t.co/1d3YKZPxK2 pic.twitter.com/WySaCH7TvT
— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) February 21, 2020
Gomez has formerly dealt with followers that asked her to, lastly, formally produced the track in the middle of the launch of her 3rd workshop CD, Rare. However, the vocalist tweeted in January that, “That song was from when I was in a different place and doesn’t fit with where I am right now.”
That song was from when I was in a different place and doesn’t fit with where I am right now https://t.co/vb68PBVHXF
— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) January 10, 2020
As with Gomez’s various other tracks, followers have fasted to select via the verses for referrals to her previous relationship. In one especially sharp expression, the “Look at Her Now” vocalist advises, “Won’t be caught up in the middle / of your highs and your lows / Baby, long as you’re not with me/you’ll always be alone”.
“I felt I didn’t get a respectful closure, and I had accepted that but I know I needed some way just to say a few things that I wish I had said,” she clarified of her track “Lose You to Love Me,” among the CD’s lead songs…
“It’s not a hateful song; it’s a song that is saying — I had something beautiful, and I would never deny that it wasn’t that. It was very difficult, and I’m happy it’s over. And I felt like this was a great way to say, you know, it’s done, and I understand that and I respect that, and now here I am stepping into a whole other chapter.”