Selena Gomez's new song, 'Round and Round,' has the Disney protégé venting about a relationship going, well, in circles.
The dance-driven track with disco back beats ventures into a new genre for the poppy singer, thanks to producer Kevin Rudolf -- who has previously worked with Cobra Starship and Lil Wayne, and even scored his own recent Billboard 100 hit, 'I Like It.'
Pulling inspiration from Kylie Minogue, circa 2001, 'Round and Round' is Gomez's first single off her upcoming album and is the official follow-up to her platinum hit, 'Naturally.'
Gomez's new album is slated to hit stores Sept. 28, and, according to the singer, the record should mark a shift in her evolution as a musician: "I think what we really want to do with this record is musically more mature and with my whole sound and vibe and what I want to become as a musician. I think this is the first step to that," Gomez explains.
The teen sensation will be touring for the rest of the summer, including a stop in Hartford, Ct. on Aug. 1 for the Lilith Fair tour. To hear 'Round and Round,' tune into AOL Radio's New Pop First station.