While Selena Gomez has proven to be no stranger to the music scene since her first album debuted in 2009 (while she still had The Scene,) it's clear that she's had an enormous impact on the industry. So when she went silent late last year to focus on her mental and physical health issues, fans felt empty without her presence. After months without new music, Gomez and Norwegian producer, Kygos, blessed the world with a track that nobody could ignore.

Can this be the perfect blend of acoustics and EDM?

The track 'It Ain't Me' starts off with a simple guitar track with Gomez singing over the simplistic yet sophisticated strumming.

As the chorus approaches, you can feel the music intensifying with more instruments coming into play such as a drum. Once the chorus hits, Gomez's voice is ultimately brought up and forward than in the first verse to showcase the in-depth lyrics.

The track then picks up on a catchy dance beat that continues throughout the rest of the chorus, with the words 'it ain't me' on repeat. The acoustics then return in the second verse as it did in the first, and the second chorus continues with Gomez's vocals as the main focuses into the dance beat from prior.

What's it actually about anyway?

It's clear that the song is about a past relationship and how things will be different since it's over. The message seems to portray a couple who always fought back and forth when it came to one of them staying out all night, drinking and partying.

With lines such as, "Somewhere along the lines / We stopped seeing eye to eye / You were staying out all night / And I had enough," it's easy to assume that the suggested relationship did not end on a good note.

Gomez sings about not being there for her ex-lover and to not expect her help like she had given in their relationship.

When she sings the lines, "Who's waking up to drive you home when you're drunk and all alone / Who's gonna walk you through the dark side of the morning / It ain't me," you can tell Gomez means business.

So, it's about Justin Bieber?

Of course, when you have a famous ex, it's clear to make the assumption that it's about that person.

While Gomez is listed as co-writing the positive party track, it's unclear whether or not it was written directly about the Purpose singer. Don't worry though Gomez fans, she's moving on to bigger and better things - after all, she's still pretty cozy with The Weeknd as of lately.

Aside from her love life, though, she's been keeping busy with the production and almost release of the newly adapted novel-turned-series, 13 Reasons Why, which is about to air on Netflix on March 31st. Plus, she's also the new face of Coach. So whether it's about Justin Bieber or not, it's still the fun and feisty track we've been waiting to hear from Gomez.

Welcome back, Selena.