Selena Gomez's debut studio album is set to be put out to U.S. market on September 29. "P.S. Just thought I'd share that my record comes out SEPTEMBER 29!!!!!!! Ready????" so the Disney teen songstress wrote on her Twitter.
Though so, Selena didn't mention any words regarding the working title of the record. Prior to the release date announcement, she posted a message revealing that the first single from the effort is titled "Falling Down" and will be dropped sometime this month.
On what the single will be dealing with, Selena previously told Just Jared Jr., "It's basically about Hollywood and what people think about it; and essentially how plastic it is sometimes. It's fun and I think girls can relate to it somewhat; for me it was because of Hollywood but it can really relate to a mean girl, an ex-boyfriend, to whoever."
Furthermore, Selena wrote on her MySpace about what to expect from the album. She revealed, "I want it to be fun, energetic, empowering but very good so with that said I did not write any of the songs but one on the record. It was one of the last songs I recorded and it is definitely one of my favorites. I'm still new and still figuring out where I want to be musically but I think this is a good start ... hopefully."
So far, recording sessions for the effort have been completed. Selena has also wrapped a photo shoot for its cover art. In the meantime, she is currently doing rehearsals with her band to "make an awesome concert" for her fans.