Selena Gomez finds her own ‘Rare’ sound

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Selena Gomez’s new album “Rare” is her finest work yet. It has everything someone could ask for and more in an album: catchy tunes, deep lyrics and a good beat.

This album stands above what she has done through Disney or even her early solo work. With this album, Gomez finally found her own distinct sound.

Let’s talk about her first track, “Rare.” It’s a beautiful song about a woman’s worth and how a man shouldn’t define what that worth should be under his standards.

Women should know they’re worth much more than just fueling a man’s ego. It’s also about not trying so hard to get a man’s attention when he clearly can’t see how lucky he is to have you. If he can’t see how rare of a gem you are, someone else will.

Her second track, “Dance Again,” is a fun, up-beat tune about being happy and confident in yourself. Life isn’t easy; it’s full of challenges.

And instead of beating yourself up or simply waiting for a miracle to happen, you need to be in charge of your life and make it happen.

Like the song said, “Happiness ain’t something you sit back and you wait for. Confidence is throwing your heart through every brick wall.” Dreams can be reached. Set backs are just alternative routes to make your dream into a reality. This is exactly what Gomez’s album is about.

The third track, “Look At Her Now” talks about a woman who got out of a toxic relationship and after a few years of healing, she is back to loving herself again and being the powerful woman she is.

The rest of the songs on her album are just as impactful as these. This album is the best album she has come out with. It speaks about empowering women, shares that they can be their true selves, and that any woman should surround herself with people to uplift her, help her be the best version of herself and to not settle for anything less.

If you’re going through a difficult breakup, having a rough week or if you met a challenge today that left you defeated, listen to this album. You won’t regret it.