Selena Gomez Teases “Fetish”: Listen To A Snippet Of The Sexy Bop

Mike Wass | July 10, 2017 4:05 pm
Selena Reveals The Cover Of 'Fetish'
Selena Gomez shared the gritty cover art of new single 'Fetish' on Instagram.

Selena Gomez’s new single is every bit as sexy as the title suggests. The pop star shared a snippet of “Fetish” this morning (July 10) and the lyrics are slightly scandalous. “I push you out and you come right back, don’t see a point in blaming you,” she coos over eerie synths. “If I were you I’d do me too, you got a fetish for my love.” At least that’s what I think she’s saying. (It’s a little hard to decipher given her low, sultry tone). Regardless, this is shaping up to be “Good For You” on steroids.

Co-produced by Jonas Jeberg and The Futuristics, “Fetish” features a verse from Gucci Mane and arrives on July 13. It’s the second taste of SG2 after “Bad Liar” and sounds like a similarly offbeat offering. That is also reflected by the cover art, which finds the hitmaker standing in front of a crashed car carrying a shopping bag. It couldn’t be further removed from the glamorous images that accompanied Revival, which is yet another sign of her growth as an artist. Listen to a snippet of the sexy bop below.

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