Jennifer Lopez is one of the hardest working artists in show business! At the moment her multiple on-going projects include:
- First concert residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas concluding on May 26th, 2018
- Lead acting role and executive producer of the crime drama television series, Shades of Blue, premiering its third season early 2018
- Head judge and executive producer of the reality dance competition series, World of Dance, renewed for a second series to premiere in summer 2018
- Star and executive producer in NBC's Bye Bye Birdie Live television musical premiering sometime next year
As if that was not enough, she has just dropped the visual of her second single from the upcoming ninth studio album Por Primera Vez. This will also be her second full-length Spanish album. She described the album as being about "how we are always kind of reinventing ourselves, experiencing things for the first time, no matter how old you are", and of singing in Spanish stated: "There’s just something about it that is more romantic and passionate to me, and that’s such a core part of who I am."
J.Lo has not aged one bit, dancing fiercely in her cropped Guess top, high pony, and signature hoop earrings. The music video was directed by Jessy Terrero and shot at Manhattan's Bowery subway station. Terrero previously worked with Lopez on the music videos for Live It Up, Follow the Leader, and I Luh Ya Papi. The clip depicts Lopez turning "a grimy subway platform into a steamy dance club" and features a number of dancers from her series World of Dance, including Eva Igo, Diana Pombo, The Lab, and Ian Eastwood.
Amor, Amor, Amor follows the dance and reggaeton vibes from Ni Tú Ni Yo back in July. Watch that visual below!
By Thor Villagomez
Banner image courtesy of beyondbeautifuljlo.com.
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