It has been a rollercoaster ride for Selena Gomez in the past few weeks after her new song release, "Lose You To Love Me," became a massive hit on its way to the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The mashup was released in late October and was made by music producer Andy Wu. The song was so catchy that it went viral in just a couple of hours after it was released. The clip has already hit over 1. million views on YouTube as of Wednesday eveningg.
Andy's mashup consists of the opening notes of Justin's song "Sorry" and even showed a music video of him and Selena superimposing on the other. Thirty seconds in the clip, the song then went on Selena's new ballad.
The four-minute clip switches between the two singers, and it sounds perfectly mixed!
Both of the singers' songs have sparked rumours that it was inspired by each other, having been in an on-off relationship during their dating history.
According to one commenter on the video, the song seems to show each other's side of the story that people has not witnessed in their individual interviews.
Another one commented on how "emotional" the mashup was. It created a vision that sometimes, the people we think we would end up with are not always the right for us.
Just earlier this week, Selena's hit "Lose You to Love Me" reached the number 1 spot in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Selena wrote on Instagram how grateful she is to have her song on the top spot. She also expressed how close the song was to her heart and how hard she worked for her new album.
It was hard for the 27-year old singer to create such an "emotional" album, as she poured her heart out in every song -- making it honest and fun for her to share to the world. Selena thanked everyone who streamed her song and those who was part of her journey in making her new album.
Just a day after she dropped "Lose You to Love Me," Selena released a follow-up, upbeat breakup song titled "Look At Her Now."