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Netflix announced today the airing date of the Selena The Series! December 4! Finally, something to make this year better. Check out their instagram page for more images. https://www.instagram.com/selenanetflix/

I have all the ones as of writing this but they will probably upload more again soon.

Q-Productions announced they will be releasing the 1993 & 1994 Astrodome concerts! Due to the Coronavirus, the exact date has not been announced but they are trying to release at least the 1993 concert this year and the 1994 early next year latest.





There are a lot of tribute magazines this year celebrating Selena's legacy since it's been 25 years since her passing. Here are some links to some great smaller magazines that have unique stories from people who met her briefly. Also, People magazine and People en Espanol have done 25th anniversary specials.

april 2020 2   para todos selena marzo 2020     People18     


Selena Ones on Vinyl is being re-released with new artwork.

It's available for preorder online now.

You can also find it online for preorder at different online retailers just search Selena Ones 2020.






Ones is the twelfth compilation album by legendary Mexican-American Tejano singer Selena, released in 2002. Ones was released, to great acclaim, following the popularity of the 1997 biographical film Selena and as part of the Selena: 20 Years of Music Collection, a nine-disc series of her studio, live, soundtrack, and compilation albums. The recording features six number one singles like, "Amor Prohibido", "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", "No Me Queda Más", "Fotos y Recuerdos", and her duets with Alvaro Torres on "Buenos Amigos" and Barrio Boyzz on "Donde Quiera Que Estés.”

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of her passing and celebration of her life, the Ones double vinyl LP pressing is being re-released in a 2020 edition. This 2020 Edition now features a shiny metallic purple packaging along with two picture discs making this Selena’s FIRST Picture Disc Vinyl available to the public.


It's been 25 years since Selena was tragically taken from us. I was interviewed a few weeks ago about how I became a fan and what she means to me. Although I talk about her often online I still feel like I can't express enough the impact she has had on my life and the inspiration I've gotten from her, she is like a muse guiding her fans! Here is the article that was published today.




Selena inspired some to learn Spanish, pursue professional dreams
For Marie Beland, Selena inspired her career.

As a teenager in the ’90s, Beland lived in northern California and worked at a Carl’s Jr. Surrounded by Spanish speakers, she picked up foreign words here and there.

She tuned into the Univision show “Control” one day in 1994 and saw Selena’s music video for “Amor Prohibido.” Beland liked the song, but this was before the internet boomed; Beland couldn’t just Google the young singer.

Then, in 1995, Beland arrived home from school to find her grandmother watching the news. Selena had been killed. The TV station showed a clip of the “Amor Prohibido” video, and Beland connected the dots.

In the following months, Beland cried whenever she heard Selena’s songs on the radio. She saw the 1997 movie starring Jennifer López, and Selena’s story inspired her.

Beland began collecting magazines featuring the singer. She got her first computer in 2000; with her discovery of eBay, her magazine collection grew. She began scanning the photos of Selena and uploading them to an MSN.com group for posterity. That group became so popular among MSN users that Beland created her own website. She used photo editing software to make Selena-themed desktop wallpapers.

Eventually, she realized she wanted to be a graphic designer.

“I used my love for Selena to practice my design skills, and anytime I could incorporate her into my school projects, I did,” said Beland, who is now 41 and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Selena was also one reason Beland decided to teach herself Spanish. Beland now speaks the language fluently and can sing along to Selena’s songs.

There was a lot to love about Selena, Beland said: her unique voice, her unforced sexuality, her ability to appeal to different generations and cultures.

“In another 20, 30 years, we’re still going to love her just as much as we do now,” Beland said. “She really touched people when she was around, and her fans have been passing that on to their kids. I don’t have kids yet, but hopefully, I will soon, and they’re going to know who she is.”