Come & Get It (Selena Gomez song)

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"Come & Get It"
Single by Selena Gomez
from the album Stars Dance
Released April 6, 2013 (2013-04-06)
Format Digital download
Length 3:51
Label Hollywood
Producer(s) StarGate
Selena Gomez singles chronology
"Come & Get It"
"Slow Down"
Music video
"Come & Get It" on YouTube

"Come & Get It" is a song recorded by American singer Selena Gomez for her debut solo album, Stars Dance (2013). The song was written by Ester Dean, M.S. Eriksen, and T.E. Hermansen[2] and was produced by Stargate.[3][4] The vocals were produced by Dreamlab. "Come & Get It" was released as a single on April 6, 2013, after previously premiering on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show.[5] "Come & Get It" features a change in style from Gomez's previous releases, and features elements of electropop and Indian music.[6] Following the song's release, there was much media speculation as to whom the song was written about.[7]

"Come & Get It" received positive reviews from critics. The song was praised for its tabla beat,[8] its Bollywood themes and lyrical content.[9] The song also had a strong commercial success, peaking inside the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100.[9] It also rose to a peak of number two on the Pop Songs chart, based on radio airplay.[10] This made "Come & Get It" Gomez's first single to enter the Top 10 of the Hot 100, with all of her previous musical efforts failing to achieve this feat. The song also had success in Canada, entering the Top 10 of the Canadian Hot 100 chart.[11] In New Zealand, the song peaked inside the Top 20 of the singles chart.[12] "Come & Get It" was released on July 14 in the United Kingdom for digital download. It reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart on July 21 in the first week.

The music video of the song premiered on MTV on May 7, 2013.[13] The video, much like the single, featured Indian influences and saw Gomez performing the song in various different outfits.[14] Throughout the video, Gomez performs a dance routine used during the song's various live performances.[15] The video has received positive critical reception. Gomez has performed the single at many events, performing it for the first time at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards and later at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. These performances were met with controversy due to Gomez wearing a bindi during various live renditions of the song.[16] "Come & Get It" was also performed on the Stars Dance Tour (2013).[17][18]


"I just remember recording it and being in the studio and just thinking of how the place I was in and what I was going through and I was just so excited about it and I wanted it to be the first single."

— Gomez on recording "Come & Get It".[19]

"Come & Get It" was initially written by Ester Dean and produced by song-writing team StarGate, who made the song for Barbadian singer Rihanna's sixth studio album Talk That Talk (2011).[20][21] For unknown reasons, Rihanna didn't record the song, thus it was given to Gomez for her debut album.[22] Gomez later revealed to Billboard that she enjoyed working with StarGate and Dean, stating "I'm a huge StarGate fan - I think their beats and what they produce is just gold [...] And Ester Dean is just an incredible vocalist that a lot of people know, but if you actually hear her voice just solely on her own, it's just stunning, and it's really haunting."[23] According to Gomez, "Come & Get It" was one of the last songs recorded for the album.[23]

In March 2013, Gomez confirmed that the album's lead single, "Come & Get It", would be released on April 8, 2013.[24] Gomez revealed the cover art for the single on March 27, 2013.[25] She later uploaded an eleven-second teaser for the song on April 1, and yet another teaser on April 4.[26][27] Despite the initially planned release date, the song later leaked online on April 6.[28] This prompted Gomez to release the song early,[29][30] with "Come & Get It" becoming available for digital download on April 6, 2013 two days ahead of its scheduled release date.[31] On Air with Ryan Seacrest later began streaming the song earlier than initially planned following the leak.[32] An extended play featuring six remixes of the song was later released digitally on May 28, 2013.[33] Following the release of the song, it was speculated that Gomez had referenced her relationship with pop singer Justin Bieber in many of the song's lyrics.[34][35] Gomez later denied these rumors, stating the song wasn't about "a specific person."[36] Gomez later said the song was not about Bieber.[37]


A sample of opening to "Come & Get It", displaying the various genres included in the song.

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"Come & Get It" is an electropop song[1] that lasts for a total of three minutes and fifty-one seconds.[38] The song is composed in the key of G minor[39] and features a moderate tempo of 80 beats per minute.[40] Gomez's vocal range spans from the low tone of F3 to the high note of D5.[41] The song opens with a "Bollywood inspired" theme,[42] before transitioning into a more dubstep influenced sound.[42] Lewis Corner of Digital Spy said the song featured a "dirty, fuzzy bassline" and "grinding beats and one-night-stand synths" before comparing it to recent releases by Rihanna.[43] MTV also compared it to work by Rihanna, and stated the song was a "whirling mix of tablas and robo-vocals."[44] Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone said the song was an "unimpeachably catchy big-pop stomp, with come-hither lyrics and a string of moody vocal hooks."[45] "Come & Get It" was noted as featuring a more mature side to Gomez, who was 20 at the time of its release.[46] The song lyrically speaks of Gomez's hopes of rekindling a former romance, stating she is ready when he's willing to "come and get it."[47] Gomez stated that she had hoped to "create something fun, sassy, and playful, but unexpected" with the song.[48]

Critical reception[edit]

"Come & Get It" was compared to recent releases by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna (pictured).

"Come & Get It" received generally positive reviews from critics following its release. Kyle Anderson of Entertainment Weekly described it as "an easy, breezy tune with an ambling melody and a hint of reggae lilt."[49] Bradley Stern of also praised the song, stating that "'Come & Get It' is fairly monotone, but repeat listens reveal the song’s infectiousness: The chorus – especially with that stuttered chant at the end – is pure sticky pop goodness, the stomping beat is smutty enough to inspire a sick strut, and that whirring Bollywood-meets-tribal-electro synth sound lends itself well to some grind-up-against-the-wall make-out action up in the club."[50] On-air personality Peter Dee said, "her breathy vocals are just what the song needed to fuse the Bollywood and electro-pop sound, and make it work."[51] First Stop News reacted positively, calling it an "infectious summer hit" and a "wise choice" as the album's lead single, and stated that the lyrical content was inspiring.[52] The song was noted by many critics for straying from Gomez's former sound, with Lewis Corner of Digital Spy stating "As the bhangra music-inspired intro merges into a dirty, fuzzy bassline, it's clear from the off Selena has ditched the pop sheen she has become known for."[53] Corner later gave the song three out of five stars.[53] Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone described the song as "an unimpeachably catchy big-pop stomp, with come-hither lyrics and a string of moody vocal hooks."[45]

The song was met with some criticism due to the lyrical themes. Recording artist Lorde later said of the song "I love pop music on a sonic level. But I'm a feminist and the theme of her song is, 'When you're ready come and get it from me.' I'm sick of women being portrayed this way."[54] Songwriter Amy Foster also criticized the song's theme, stating "It's not the idea that she is having sex, or singing about sex or wearing sexy clothes that bothers me. It's the fact that she sings quite proudly about being a total doormat with the notion that THAT is sexy."[55]

Commercial performance[edit]

"Come & Get It" debuted at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending April 14, 2013.[56] In the single's second week, it rose to number 22 on the chart, making it Gomez's first Top 40 hit as a solo artist.[57] Following the release of the music video,[58] the song rose to a new peak of 14 on the Hot 100.[59] The single sold a total of 115,000 copies that week, surpassing the one million mark for total downloads.[60] The following week, the song rose to number 6 on the Hot 100, making it her first Top 10 hit on the chart.[61] That same week, the song had a 264% increase in Streaming, as well as rose to number 6 on the Hot Digital Songs chart with 143,000 paid downloads.[62] The single later rose to its peak of number 6 yet again, selling 171,000 downloads for the week.[63] This made it the highest sales week for the single at the time.[64] The following week, the song made its de but at number 37 on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[65] That same week, "Come & Get It" fell to number 7 on the Hot 100, selling a total of 158,000 copies, a decrease from the previous week.[60] The song did increase from 10 to 9 on the Radio Songs chart for the week, up 18% from the previous week.[66] The song remained at number 7 on the chart the following week, selling a total of 154,000 copies.[67] In the next week, the song fell to number 8 on the Hot 100, though rose to number 6 on the Streaming Songs chart due to a 22% increase.[68] The song remained at number 8 on the Hot 100 the following week.[69] "Come & Get It" went on to reach the peak of the Hot Dance Club Songs chart, her fifth single to do so.[70] The song ultimately spent a total of 22 weeks on the Hot 100, and has become her most successful single to date.[71] It received a 4x Platinum certification from the RIAA on March 31, 2015,[72] and has sold 4.000.000 copies in the US as of August 2014.[73] The song later appeared at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 Year-End Chart.[74] In Australia, the single debuted at number 72 on the ARIA Charts.[75]

In the UK, the song peaked at number 8. It went on to be 2013's 152nd best selling song in the country

Music video[edit]

The video had its world premiere on May 7, 2013 on MTV.[13] It starts off with Gomez in a meadow of blue flowers wearing a black dress at the start of a storm. It then shows waves, a close shot of Gomez and the man she loves. She then starts singing and she wears a red dress while dancing a routine that is used live performances of the song. It then shows images of Gomez emerging in water, sliding between mirrors, in the same meadow wearing a tan dress, and her Indian dancers. The video then ends with Gomez in the same meadow wearing her black dress lying in the grass as the storm fades. It was directed by Anthony Mandler, known for his frequent collaborations with Rihanna and Lana Del Rey.[76]

Live performances[edit]

Gomez first performed "Come & Get It" at the MTV Movie Awards[77] on April 14, 2013. Two days later, she made her first televised performance of the song on The Ellen DeGeneres Show[citation needed] and Dancing with the Stars.[citation needed] She performed "Come & Get It" and "Love You Like A Love Song" on MTV Upfronts 2013.[78] She also performed the song on Late Show With David Letterman on April 24.[citation needed] Gomez performed the song at the Radio Disney Music Awards on April 27, 2013.[citation needed] Gomez performed the track at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.[77] On May 24, 2013, she performed the song on The Graham Norton Show in the UK.[79] The song was part of the set list from the shows that she made for two radio stations on June 29 and on July 1, 2013. She also performed "Come & Get It" and "Slow Down" on Macy's' July 4 Fireworks television special.[citation needed] On July 17, Gomez performed the song on the UK program This Morning. The song was one of the five songs she performed on Walmart Soundcheck, and the song appears on the setlist of her concert for iHeart Radio. "Come & Get It" was one of the songs she performed at her concert on Good Morning America.[80] Gomez also performed the song during the Stars Dance Tour, alongside with "Slow Down".

Track listing[edit]

Digital download[81]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Come & Get It"   Stargate 3:51
Total length:
Digital remixes[33]
No. Title Version Length
1. "Come & Get It"   Jump Smokers Extended Remix 4:12
2. "Come & Get It"   Robert DeLong Remix 4:36
3. "Come & Get It"   Cahill Club Remix 7:04
4. "Come & Get It"   Fred Falke Club Remix 8:35
5. "Come & Get It"   DJ M3 Mixshadow Extended Remix 5:31
6. "Come & Get It"   Dave Audé Club Remix 6:10
Total length:

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Stars Dance.[2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2013 MTV Video Music Awards Best Pop Video Come & Get It Won
Best Song Of The Summer Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Single: Female Artist Nominated
Choice Break-Up Song Won
World Music Awards World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Music Video Nominated
Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards Best Music Video Nominated
Vevo Certified Awards 100.000.000 Views Won
YouTube Music Awards Video Of The Year Nominated
2014 Radio Disney Music Awards Song Of The Year Won

Charts and certifications[edit]

UK Year end Singles Chart: 152

Radio and release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
Worldwide[31] April 7, 2013 Digital download Hollywood Records
United Kingdom[127][128] July 14, 2013
United States[129] April 9, 2013 Mainstream radio

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