Rumoured couple Selena Gomez and Zedd have been under the spotlight since they’ve been seen together in many occasions though it’s mainly because of their much-awaited collaboration work. And finally, someone gives fans a hint on what to expect on the new song.
OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder said in an interview with Billboard that the ‘new Zedd/Selena record that has been buzzing about’ was actually something he, Gomez and Zedd worked on together. He shared this information at the red carpet during the Clive Davis pre-Grammys party on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015.
“[Zedd] crushed it. I went on a run today and listened to it on ‘repeat’ in my headphones. And Selena did a bang-up job. She killed it.” Tedder said in the Billboard interview.
Aside from being part of OneRepublic, Tedder also independently works as a producer and songwriter. He previously worked with Zedd on the song ‘Lost at Sea’ for the latter’s Clarity album. The two maintained their good relationship with each other, often calling each other up for some helpful ideas when working on something new.
In light of his big reveal in his involvement with the song and actually listening to it for probably dozens of times, Tedder left behind one last spoiler about the said song.“I have a good feeling you might hear it before the end of the month.”
Tedder added: “I have a good feeling you might hear it before the end of the month.”
Talk about a major spoiler! And there’s no doubt we’ll be expecting the song soon, as Gomez and Zedd have been quite busy lately giving some hints on it via Instagram. Gomez, for one, posted what may seem to be a starter for an album cover, captioned with “I WANT YOU TO KNOW.” Zedd, on the other hand, also posted a photo captioned with “I want you to know… (by @rukes).”
For all we know, these two may have just given us the title of their new song!
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