Selena Gomez Announces Spanish-Language EP ‘Revelación’
Marc Gordon - January 30, 2021

Have You Earned Your Tomorrow

By Edgar Guest

Is anybody happier because you passed his way? Does anyone remember that you spoke to him today? This day is almost over, and its toiling time is through; Is there anyone to utter now a kindly word of you?

Did you give a cheerful greeting to the friend who came along? Or a churlish sort of "Howdy" and then vanish in the throng? Were you selfish pure and simple as you rushed along the way, Or is someone mighty grateful for a deed you did today?

Can you say tonight, in parting with the day that's slipping fast, That you helped a single brother of the many that you passed? Is a single heart rejoicing over what you did or said; Does a man whose hopes were fading now with courage look ahead?

Did you waste the day, or lose it, was it well or sorely spent? Did you leave a trail of kindness or a scar of discontent? As you close your eyes in slumber do you think that God would say, You have earned one more tomorrow by the work you did today?

Selena Gomez has officially announced that her first-ever Spanish-language EP is set to drop on March 12! The album is titled Revelación (Revelation), the album will follow Gomez’s singles “De Una Vez,” which arrived January 16, and the Rauw Alejandro-assisted “Baila Conmigo,” which will be released on Friday, Jan. 29. “Revelación, my first ever Spanish EP, is out March 12,” the singer tweeted today (Jan. 27) to her over 60 million followers. “Preorder it tomorrow at 9am PT.”

Earlier this month, Selena Gomez dropped “De Una Vez,” her first Spanish single in a decade, produced by Tainy, Albert Hype, Jota Rosa, and Neon16. In the song, Gomez opens up about healing from a previous relationship and discovering her self-worth. The song scored Gomez her second top five on the Hot Latin Songs chart as “De Una Vez” debuts at No. 4, which arrives two years since her first No. 1: DJ Snake’s bilingual “Taki Taki.”

Gomez spoke to Zane Lowe on Apple Music about why she decided to sing in Spanish now. “This has been something I’ve wanted to do for 10 years, working on a Spanish project, because I’m so, so proud of my heritage, and just genuinely felt like I wanted this to happen,” she said. “And it happened, and I feel like it’s the perfect timing. Just with all the division in the world, there’s something about Latin music that globally just makes people feel things, you know?”

“You know what’s funny, is I actually think I sing better in Spanish,” she continued. “That was something I discovered. It was a lot of work, and look, you cannot mispronounce anything. It is something that needed to be precise, and needed to be respected by the audience I’m going to release this for. Of course I want everyone to enjoy the music, but I am targeting my fan base. I’m targeting my heritage, and I couldn’t be more excited.”