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Rare

Selena Gomez

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Rare
Selena Gomez
3:40
2
Dance Again
Selena Gomez
2:50
3
Look At Her Now
Selena Gomez
2:43
4
Lose You To Love Me
Selena Gomez
3:26
5
Ring
Selena Gomez
2:28
6
Vulnerable
Selena Gomez
3:12
7
People You Know
Selena Gomez
3:14
8
Let Me Get Me
Selena Gomez
3:09
9
Crowded Room
Selena Gomez
3:06
10
Kinda Crazy
Selena Gomez
3:32
11
Fun
Selena Gomez
3:09
12
EXPLICITCut You Off
Selena Gomez
3:02
13
A Sweeter Place (feat. Kid Cudi)
Selena Gomez; Kid Cudi
4:23
Total Playing Time    41:54
Rare is the third solo studio album by American singer Selena Gomez. "Lose You to Love Me", was released as the lead and topped the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Gomez's first number-one single in the US. "Look at Her Now" was released as the second single the following day, charting within the top twenty of the Rolling Stone Top 100 and peaking at number twenty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100.

Gomez stated that this album, her second with Interscope Records, is her diary from the past few years.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Interscope Records Studio Masters

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