studio microphoneRebecca Marie Gomez, or Becky G as she’s known on stage, has made quite a name for herself in the music industry after rising from YouTube fame in 2011. For now, she sits somewhere on the brink of full-blown mainstream stardom, thanks in large part to her devoted fans she affectionately refers to as Beasters.

Over the holidays, Becky G decided to give a little back to her faithful followers by dropping three new singles, according to the Latino news site LatinTimes.com.

“Merry Christmas to my amazing Beasters,” Gomez wrote on YouTube. “As we get closer to the end of this year I can’t help but reflect on everything I’ve been through. It’s not easy, but with you all by my side I feel unstoppable. You all mean the world to me. It all started here, just uploading videos on youtube. Now look how far we’ve come. Our Beaster family continues to grow and that brings me so much happiness. I can’t thank you guys enough.”

The 19-year-old Latin-pop singer/songwriter/rapper/actress has said her album will be released soon, but felt she owed her fans a little early gift. The three songs names are “Stutter,” “The Lights,” and “Good At It.” She even included brief descriptions and comments about her new numbers.

The Lights: “‘The Lights’ is a true example of when I say, ‘Music is how I express myself,'” Gomez wrote. “I wrote this song because I had bottled up things I was feeling and didn’t know what else to do other than put it into my work in the studio that day.” She points out that it is not a typical hype song, but it did help her through the tough times she was having.

Stutter: “Literally decided to do this today out of the blue. Wanted to drop something for you guys since I’m in the holiday spirit,” Gomez said. She recorded this song with a couple of friends. Although it doesn’t really have anything to do with the speech disorder that affects about three million Americans, most will be able to identify with the song’s themes of lying and infidelity.

Good At It: “‘Good At It’ is inspired by the new confidence I’ve found in myself as a woman,” Gomez said. “I love songs with vibe that make me feel good and sexy. Enjoy.”