Now that Selena Gomez is free from Disney’s Hollywood Records, her music career could go any way. But a good indicator for how her sophomore album will sound is its presumed first single, “Good for You.” Think of it as her own version of Beyoncé’s “Partition“: a titillating mid-tempo striptease that has her both exploring and enjoying the power of her sexuality. Its video pushes that theme even harder, with Gomez doing her best Lana Del Rey bombshell impression (though her baby face sightly distracts from that aesthetic) as she writhes around on the floor, on a couch, and wherever else she’ll let your imagination take her. (And now we know where her steamy shower Instagram came from.) But the biggest statement the video makes is getting rid of A$AP Rocky’s lazy guest-verse so that all eyes and ears are on Selena. “Make you never wanna leave,” indeed.