Selena Gomez is a changed woman. She’s no longer focused on anything but her career. While fans were pleased to see her progress and drop exciting new tracks, there’s clearly more than what meets the eye. Turns out, failed relationship with Justin Bieber— which eventually led to Gomez putting out her pain into her music—got her to the number 1 spot on Billboard Top 100 and Rolling Stone charts.

The 27-year-old, recently, rustled up hit track, “Lose You to Love Me,” which is pegged as the defining song in her career didn’t come easy. In fact, it’s been a bumpy ride for the Disney kid, who faced a lot of struggles—from relationship upheavals to chronic health conditions. The young artist was diagnosed with Lupus and also had a kidney transplant in her early twenties.

Gomez, however, has always maintained a dignified stance on her personal life and has chosen to not wash dirty linen even in the case of her on and off relationship with Justin Bieber. The singer’s troubled past is an open secret. However, Selena Gomez is, currently, living her best life and doing all that she can to be the best version of herself.

The track, which testifies that she’s embraced the shortcomings and has healed, is sure to motivate young fans to get up and get going. Gomez, unsurprisingly, was elated to know that her latest track broke all records and made it to the top. She shared her excitement and gratitude on Instagram, where she currently enjoys a massive fan following of 160 million followers.

In another news, things have gotten a little awkward for Justin’s current flame and wife Hailey Baldwin. Baldwin was, recently, accused of cyber-stalking Gomez and it created quite a stir online. But, Selena Gomez has yet to comment on the same and, by the looks of it, she seems to be focusing on what matters the most to her: career. Gomez has also maintained that she is, currently single, and she’s on God’s timing. So, in a way, romance can wait as there’s no backing down by this hustler.

You go, girl!

Selena Gomez and Francia Raisa Singer Selena Gomez (L) and actress Francia Raisa arrive at Billboard Women in Music 2017 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on November 30, 2017, in Hollywood, California. Amanda Edwards/WireImage