Selena Gomez is the new face of Louis Vuitton. While that news in itself is already a feat, another good thing is coming out of it: fans will have the chance to hear some Selena Gomez new songs!

An article by Oceanup reveals that the singer will helm the brand’s fall LV Series 5 campaign. In line with this, the website details that unreleased Selena Gomez tracks will accompany the ads.

Oceanup mentioned that the ads bearing those Selena Gomez new songs releases in August. Selenators will hear new tunes from their beloved icon in less than two months.

As per Paper Magazine, Selena’s new association with the Louis Vuitton name adds to her long list of accomplishments following her stint with Disney. The website also says that Selena is “forging a fresh path” to the brand’s style identity.

Other projects

Speaking of Selena Gomez’s accomplishments, her new movie “Fundamentals of Caring” debuts on Netflix this Friday. It is based on Jonathan Evison’s 2012 novel “The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving”.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Selena plays a runaway named Dots who befriends Ben Benjamin (played by Ant-Man Paul Rudd) and Trevor (Craig Roberts). Furthermore, according to Teen Vogue, the chemistry of the three leads and the characters’ goal of visiting all weird landmarks in the United States makes a great combination for an adventure.

On other news, Selena’s Netflix series called “13 Reasons Why” is another thing to look forward to.

Variety provides a summary of the series.

“The story will follow a boy named Clay through an emotional night when he receives a shoe box of cassette tapes from his late classmate and crush Hannah, after she recently committed suicide. On the tapes, which are mailed with instructions to pass along from one student to another, Hannah explains to twelve peers how they each played a role in her death, by giving thirteen reasons explaining why she took her life.”

Which among the upcoming Selena Gomez new songs, “Fundamentals of Caring”, and “13 Reasons Why” excite you the most?