Selena Gomez Registers New Song 'It Ain't Me'

02-03-2017
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Selena Gomez

(Radio.com) Pop star Selena Gomez has registered a new song with ASCAP titled, 'It Ain't Me." The tune was co-written by Norwegian DJ Kygo, Brian Lee, Ali Tamposi and Andrew Watt.

Registering a song is not a guarantee that it will end up on an album, but for Gomez's fans, it's a welcome first step. Even if "It Ain't Me" doesn't get released, we should be hearing a lot from the former Disney 'wizard" and Instagram queen in the months ahead.

Gomez has a duet with Paulina Rubio coming and has been in the studio with The Futuristics (Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello's 'Bad Things" ), Jacob Kasher (Maroon 5's 'Don't Wanna Know" ) and Danish songwriter Jonas Jeberg (Kylie Minogue's 'All I See" ). Read more here.

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