Gomez on Tuesday took to Twitter to tease details of her fourth studio effort and hinted to fans that the album may be ready sooner rather than later.
Gomez's new album will follow 2011's "When the Sun Goes Down," which spawned the mega-hit "Love You Like A Love Song." That single landed at No. 10 on Nielsen and Billboard's Top 10 Streamed Songs of 2011 and was the singer's biggest radio success.
Back in November, Ryan Seacrest first revealed that Gomez's next album was slated for March, The Hollywood Reporter notes. That means a new single could premiere within the next four weeks.
Regardless of when it drops, the "Spring Breakers" actress guarantees this album is going to be very different. She has channeled her personal experiences into her music and is willing to be more candid.
"I think for me it was actually interesting to see that towards the middle of me recording my record, a big turn happened to me and it was incredible to see how I applied that to music because I've never done that before and it's great," Gomez told MTV News last month. "I think the older I'm getting the more I'm just kind of like I'm cool to share my side of the stories as much as I can, so I'm having a lot of fun."
The 20-year-old has already shared some photos from her recording sessions while in the studio with Rock Mafia.