Selena Gomez has a new single out, and “De Una Vez” gets back to her roots. In interviews, she shared that she believes she’s a better singer in Spanish than in English.
Spouses Adrián Pérez and Tania Verduzco co-directed the video that draws heavily on Latinx heritage. Via Teen Vogue:
The video’s stylist Shirley Kurata paired the [Rodarte] gown with feathered opal earrings from designer Daniela Villegas, and the glowing pink heart Selena wears at her chest is reminiscent of the Sacred Heart, a motif often present in Mexican and Hispanic traditional imagery, particularly religious. “We wanted to play with powerful language and images,” Verduzco explained. “We designed the heart — we call it the Milagro in Mexican culture — and its light to be a metaphor for the healing throughout the story.”
The emotion and beauty of her voice translate to the universal language of love!
Image: YouTube / Selena Gomez