Selena Gomez’s ‘For You’ Album Tracklist Leaks: ‘Stars Dance’ Gets Dubkiller Remix
Selena Gomez's 'Greatest Hits' Tracklist Accidentally Leaks

Selena Gomez’s ‘For You’ Album Tracklist Leaks: ‘Stars Dance’ Gets Dubkiller Remix

Selena Gomez’s November relaunch month is finally here, and the pop princess’ fans are so ready to hear her “Greatest Hits” For You album, that an accidental leaking of the track list by Amazon France was quickly picked up.

On Friday, Idolator’s Mike Wass — who liaises with numerous artists and band’s fan sites — was the first to report the leaked listing, which has since been removed from Amazon.

A screengrab of the track list reveals a few omissions and surprises. Included on the 15-song set are much anticipated new songs: the alleged lead single “Heart Wants What It Wants” and “Do It.”

Both are co-writes with Antonina Armato and her husband Tim James from the Rock Mafia songwriting/production team. David Jost is another writer on “Do It.”

The Rock Mafia camp have already teased the “Heart Wants What It Wants” title on their official Twitter page, while noting that an alleged audio doing the rounds isn’t authentic.

A Spanish version of the song “More” (“Mas”) also makes the cut on For You.

Appropriately, Gomez’s “Greatest Hits” album combines a splash of the new and takes a nostalgia walk through her back catalog. One year after the Disney alum’s show Wizards of Waverly Place kicked off in 2007, Selena Gomez & The Scene formed, dropping their first single “Falling Down” a year later from their debut album, Kiss & Tell.

“Falling Down” (a corker) makes it onto For you, as do “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know,” “Love You Like a Love Song,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” “Who Says,” “Round & Round,” “A Year Without Rain,” and songs from Selena’s 2013 Stars Dance album, such as “Forget Forever,” and hits “Slow Down” and “Come & Get It.”

Online chatter reveals the Latina star’s fans are excited for “My Dilemma 2.0,” an updated reprise of a song on The Scene’s third and final 2011 album When the Sun Goes Down.

“Bang Bang Bang,” “Hit The Lights,” and “Sad Serenade” didn’t make the album.

As previously reported, Gomez’s “Greatest Hits” LP is her last after a seven-year tenure at Disney’s Hollywood Records.

In addition to signing a new management deal with Brillstein Entertainment Partners, the actress-singer recently inked a new record deal with Interscope. For You is expected to drop on November 24.

Until then — and before more is revealed about the films and TV series Selena is involved in — a terrific, official, dubstep remix of “Stars Dance” by Dubkiller featuring Mark Victor as Ca$hizz Klay has arrived.

A deconstructed remix showcasing Joao Pedro Mourao on acoustic guitar is also on tap.

Take a listen to both below.

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