Selena Gomez is so much more than the queen of Instagram.
In the video that we have included with this post, Selena confirms that her new album is in the works, though it's not quite finished yet.
She even teases some details about her new songs. This is, if you'll pardon our pun, music to the ears of fans.
Across multiple videos on Instagram, including some guest appearances with friends, Selena confirmed that she's working on a new album.
This will be a follow-up to Revival, which debuted in 2015.
Selena teases a few details about the nature of the album.
"It’s very honest," Selena says. "But playful."
"And," Selena continues. "I felt like creatively it is in a really great direction,”
Selena discusses the inspiration for this album.
“I just wanted it to feel like what is going on in my head," she admits.
"Which," Selena admits. "Was a lot."
Revival came on the heels of her revelation that she had been undergoing chemo as part of her battle with Lupus.
Since then, Selena has undergone a life-saving kidney transplant.
We imagine that she has no shortage of personal inspiration for her music. For many artists, art is how they process and cope.
As you will see in the video that we have included, Selena's friend shoots down her efforts to reveal more about the album.
The friend even refuses to name a track from it, despite Selena's emphatic permission to do so.
"I’m just so anxious because I want to play my music,” Selena admits.
Selenators, of course, are also very eager to hear it.
Selena tells her fans and followers: “I can’t wait for you guys to hear it."
She is usure of how to describe some of her music without revealing too much.
Her friend Raquelle says: "I like the fun ones that we can dance to."
Plenty of Selenators agree, but you don't need to have listened to Selena's new, unfinishe album to know that. That describes a lot of good music that Selena has produced over the years.
"I’m just anticipating like what," Selena says. "I don’t know what people are going to think."
"Like," Selena says, voicing her concerns. "Do you think they are going to think it is the same thing?"
That anxiety sounds very normal for any artist.
Obviously, we're all incredibly pumped about Ariana Grande's Sweetener dropping on Thursday night.
But contrary to what some hardcore fans -- both Selenators and Arianators -- seem to believe, it is possible and even ideal to enjoy music by both artists.
Selena has dropped a couple of singles since Revival, but as much as we enjoy "Wolves," having a whole album to consume will be a lot of fun.
Selena, who just turned 26 in July, has produced some bops over the years -- from "Naturally" to "Stars Dance" to "Kill 'Em With Kindness."
We can barely contain our excitement for whatever she comes up with next.
Selena is one of the most talented singers in human history.