A rare video clip of Selena Quintanilla is making the rounds and it's giving everyone life! 

Abraham Quintanilla, father of the late songstress, shared the clip earlier this month on his official YouTube channel: Abraham Q Productions. The video, titled "Selena performing 'Juana La Cubana' at a graduation dance at age 15," shows the Queen of Tejano flaunting her awesome dance moves on stage. 

Dressed in all black, wearing a crop top, leather jacket, tights, and skirt, the then 15-year-old "Como La Flor" singer shows off her best moves to the catchy rhythm of the '80s Latin jam "Juana La Cubana." The first four minutes and 30 seconds of the video, recored on VHS in 1986, shows Quintanilla gracing the dance floor with moves such as her iconic "washing machine." She's also seen pumping up the crowd with chants such as: "Ritmo!" "Sabor!" and "Con Sabrosura!" Another highlight of the video shows Los Dinos in action, swaying side to side and nodding their head to the beat. All in their very eighties gear. 

Towards the ending of the nearly six-minute long video, Selena finishes singing the classic cumbia song, which was originally released by La Pura Sabrosura before being covered by artists such as Los Flamers and Las Chicas del Can.  

This isn't the first time that Mr. Quintanilla shares rare footage or clips of his daughter. In fact, he's always dropping fresh content on the SelenaQ Radio online station. One of the songs was "Oh No (I'll Never Fall In Love Again)," which was meant to form part of her debut English-language album, "Dreaming of You."

"The song was never recorded professionally, but we found a tape where they recorded the rehearsal," Mr. Quintanilla explains in the podcast. "The reason we never released it as one of her songs was because it was not up to par as far as sound is concerned. Years later, my son A.B. recorded it with the Kumbia Kings. We thought fans could enjoy, even if it's not a professional recording," he added.

Another which did not make it on her English-language album include the single "Are You Ready To Be Loved?" Recently, a rare music video called "Tu No Sabes" and filmed at a local park in the '80s, made the rounds.