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Selena Gomez: Rare – Episode 70

Selena Gomez has officially kicked off the new year by making her big return to music with her third solo studio album titled ‘Rare’. For our 70th episode of the Music Matters Media podcast we talk about Selena’s journey throughout the years, we give our thoughts about her latest release and of course, we give you guys our top five favorite picks off of ‘Rare’.

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