Watch Fred again.. Preview Rumored Unreleased Collaboration With Selena Gomez

Eagle-eyed fans seem to have spotted evidence that a collaboration between Fred again.. and Selena Gomez is in the works. 

At a recent live show, the Actual Life producer was seen rinsing out the track in question, which also appears to feature a sample of Laura Rivers' 1967 song "That’s All Right." Dubbed "Be Alright" by fans, the unreleased track was seen making the rounds on social media with several hopeful listeners pointing to the execution of its high notes in particular as evidence suggesting Gomez is the lyricist.

A screenshot of a recent Fred again.. Instagram Story, which shows a project file on his laptop, is also fanning the flames of a collaboration on the horizon.

Timing-wise, the revelation lines up with Gomez's upcoming plans to once more begin releasing new music. Her track "Single Soon" is due for release this Friday and features production credits from Benny Blanco and Cashmere Cat, per NME.

Meanwhile, Fred again.. has been on a headlining run through the global festival circuit for the majority of the summer and recently dropped new music alongside Obongjayar, "i adore you." Check out a clip of him dropping the rumored collaboration with Gomez below.



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