Top 10 Selena Gomez Songs

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Selena Gomez - "Slow Down" (2013)

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Selena Gomez - Stars Dance. Courtesy Hollywood

"Slow Down" is the second single from Selena Gomez' debut solo album Stars Dance, and, despite the title, it is upbeat dance pop. The song was produced by the Cataracs, who notably worked on Far East Movement's #1 smash "Like a G6." It is a party track that talks about taking a relationship slow. "Slow Down" topped the dance chart and rose to #7 at mainstream pop radio. It also edged into the top 40 on the Latin Songs chart. 

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Selena Gomez - "Good For You" featuring A$AP Rocky (2015)

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Selena Gomez - "Good For You" featuring A$AP Rocky. Courtesy Interscope

The first single from Selena Gomez' second solo studio album Revival is her first to feature a rap performer. The song was co-written by Justin Tranter of the group Semi Precious Weapons with his songwriting partner Julia Michaels. The song is dark, downbeat and minimalist in its approach. It is one of her most adult sounding records yet. Her vocals received praise for similarities to the work of Lana Del Rey. The songwriters did not expect "Good For You" to be a single, but Selena Gomez insisted that it be released as such. "Good For You" soared to #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, Selena Gomez' most successful single yet and topped the mainstream top 40 radio chart. 

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Who Says" (2011)

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Who Says". Courtesy Hollywood

"Who Says" is breezy pop that delivers an upbeat, empowering message against cyberbullying. It kicked off the third Selena Gomez and the Scene album When the Sun Goes Down. Selena Gomez says she wasn't eager to go back into the studio so soon after her A Year Without Rain album, but when she heard "Who Says," she was inspired to get back to work. The song was produced and co-written by Emanuel Kiriakou who also produced Hot Chelle Rae's top 10 smash "Tonight Tonight." Selena Gomez and the Scene broke into the adult pop and adult contemporary charts with the song and peaked at #21 on the US pop chart. It also became their third #1 dance hit. 

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Selena Gomez - "Hands To Myself" (2016)

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Selena Gomez - "Hands To Myself". Courtesy Interscope

Selena Gomez' third top 10 pop hit single from her album Revival was written as a collaboration between Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, and Max Martin among others. It is influenced by the music of Prince with a minimal percussive backing mix. "Hands To Myself" was the second to last song recorded for the album and Selena Gomez identified it as, "probably the best song on the album." The song received strong positive reviews and went all the way to #1 at mainstream pop radio while also breaking into the top 30 at both adult pop and adult contemporary radio. 

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Selena Gomez - "The Heart Wants What It Wants" (2014)

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Selena Gomez - "The Heart Wants What It Wants". Courtesy Hollywood

Selena Gomez addresses the emotions around her romantic breakup with Justin Bieber in this downbeat pop ballad. Critics praised the emotional vulnerability in the lyrics. It was released as a single from the artist's first greatest hits compilation For You. The song was a major pop hit reaching #6 on the US pop singles chart and receiving a platinum certification for sales. It also crossed over to the top 20 on both the adult pop and adult contemporary radio charts. "The Heart Wants What It Wants" earned a nomination for Choice Break-Up Song at the Teen Choice Awards.

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Round and Round" (2010)

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Round and Round". Courtesy Hollywood

"Round and Round" kicked off the second Selena Gomez and the Scene album A Year Without Rain. It benefited from a slightly more adult sound and approach with a bit of a rock feel contributed by producer and songwriter Kevin Rudolf, known for his own pop hit "Let It Rock." "Round and Round" broke into the top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at #2 on the dance chart. The accompanying music video was filmed in Budapest, Hungary.

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Naturally" (2010)

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Naturally". Courtesy Hollywood

"Naturally" was the breakthrough pop smash for Selena Gomez and the Scene. It reached #29 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was a top 10 pop hit in the UK. It also climbed to the top of the dance chart. The song is a breezy, effervescent slice of pop music. Antonina Armato and Tim James, aka Rock Mafia, produced and co-wrote "Naturally." Like most of Selena Gomez' best work, it all sounds effortless. It is included on the debut Selena Gomez and the Scene album .

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Selena Gomez - "Come & Get It" (2013)

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Come and Get It". Courtesy Hollywood

This is the first single from Selena Gomez' first official solo album Stars Dance. After three consecutive hit albums recording as Selena Gomez and the Scene, she decided to step forward solo. "Come & Get It" incorporates international beats as well as current electronic dance effects. The Norwegian production team Stargage produced "Come & Get It" and co-wrote the song. The result was a smash top 10 pop hit in the US and the UK. The song was also another #1 dance club hit for Selena Gomez. Crossing over into other territory "Come & Get It" broke into the top 30 on the Latin songs chart and the top 30 on both the adult pop and adult contemporary radio charts. The accompanying music video won Best Pop Video at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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Selena Gomez - "Same Old Love" (2015)

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Selena Gomez - "Same Old Love". Courtesy Interscope

Selena Gomez released "Same Old Love" as the second single from her album Revival. It was written by producers Stargate and Benny Blanco along with Charli XCX and Russ Golan. Selena Gomez says she was drawn to the song because of an emotional connection with the lyrics. She says the song is about getting rid of everything toxic in her life and moving beyond negative relationships. "Same Old Love" reached the top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 matching Selena Gomez' top peak and it went all the way to #1 at mainstream pop radio. It was also a top 10 hit at adult pop radio and reached #31 on the Latin songs chart. 

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Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Love You Like a Love Song" (2011)

Selena Gomez and the Scene Love You Like a Love Song
Selena Gomez and the Scene - "Love You Like a Love Song". Courtesy Hollywood

"Love You Like a Love Song" is a glittering slice of electropop benefiting from Selena Gomez' strong lead vocals. She has said that the record was an attempt to create a "high fashion" sound. Rock Mafia co-wrote and co-produced the song. The record was a #1 dance club smash and broke into the top 10 at mainstream pop radio. It has been certified multi-platinum for sales and served as the second single from the third Selena Gomez and the Scene album . The accompanying music video earned a nomination for Best Female Video at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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