Word selection in language production is not a simple task; it involves activating the appropriate word form while avoiding similarly activated semantic and phonological competitors. Bilingual language production seems to be even more challenging, as lexical items from multiple languages become competitors as well. Many models of bilingual lexical selection suggest that a form of inhibitory control enables selection in the correct language. Some models, however, suggest that lexical selection might not rely domain general cognitive control mechanisms. The current study seeks to determine if the inhibitory control that is used to control language selection is specific to language or if it is a domain general capacity. I'll discuss preliminary data from a study using a dual-task approach to determine if bilingual language selection does in fact rely on general-purpose inhibitory control mechanisms.