Selena Gomez teams up with Rauw Alejandro for her new Spanish-language single “Baila Conmigo.” The pop superstar also premiered the music video on Jan. 29 and revealed when fans can expect her first Latin music EP Revelación.

Selena Gomez’s Revelación EP is coming in March.

“Baila Conmigo” is the second single from Gomez’s upcoming EP Revelación. It follows the lead single “De Una Vez” that was released earlier this month. Revelación will drop on March 12. Gomez also revealed the cover art for the project where she looks ravishing in red.

On “Baila Conmigo,” Gomez teams up with rising Puerto Rican singer Rauw Alejandro. She wrote the song with him, Boricua hitmaker Tainy, who also produced the track, and Tainy’s NEON16 collective.

“Baila” hits harder than “De Una Vez” with a slow-wind reggaeton beat. Gomez and Alejandro trade verses about sharing a moment together on the dance floor. The chemistry between the two is tangible on this flirty and hypnotic duet. They’re the dream team that we didn’t know we needed.

Most of the “Baila Conmigo” music video takes place in Brazil.

For the “Baila Conmigo” music video, Gomez teamed up with Brazilian director Fernando Nogari. She and Rauw Alejandro actually don’t appear in it that much. Reflecting this current reality of going remote in the time of COVID-19, both singers are shown singing their parts on TV screens. They soundtrack the story of a couple’s blossoming romance in Brazil. It’s the dancing that brings them together.

“With ‘Baila Conmigo,’ I want to get everyone dancing,” Gomez said in a statement. “The video portray the sense of isolation we are all experiencing right now and how the music truly does connect us all no matter where we are in the world.”

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