Feb 22, 2016 10:33 PM EST

Selena Gomez New Album 2016: ‘Hands To Myself’ Singer ‘Inspired More Than Ever;’ Revival Tour Scheduled This Spring


Selena Gomez's new album in 2016 is just around the corner. After just releasing her second solo album "Revival," the "Hands to Myself" singer is reportedly back again on her A-game and recording new songs for her upcoming album.

According to the buzz of Musictimes, the 23-year-old "Same Old Love" singer who recently visited iHeartRadio studio revealed that she has been working on a new album. Just after five months of releasing "Revival," the singer is now working on a better sound with her third album.

"I'm already getting back in the studio with everybody that I love and I've been more inspired than ever," Gomez spilled in her iHeartRadio interview.

Gomez's second album was released in October last year, and her songs were promising tracks that were new to fans. The pop singer's chart topping singles included "Hands to Myself," "Good For You," and "Same Old Love." Apart from these songs, the album also included the tracks "Me & My Girls" and "Kill Em with Kindness."

Another exciting news that Gomez shared aside from her upcoming 2016 album is her concert tour for "Revival" which is scheduled this spring. The former Disney actress even claimed how happy she was in doing the tour for her fans.

"I'm just excited to get on the road!" Gomez said from ET.  "This album means so much to me, and I put my all in it, so now I'm just ready to do it."

Meanwhile, along with the success that Gomez was experiencing due to "Revival," the singer also had her share of struggles last year. Gomez once shared her illness Lupus and how she managed to go through chemotherapy to heal the complicated disease.  

It is in no doubt that the "Hands to Myself" singer is coming back strong with another album for her fans. Just stay tuned for more updates in the future regarding Selena Gomez 2016 album!

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