Jennifer Lopez Drops Sultry 'Amor Amor Amor' Song & Video
Jennifer Lopez is back with her new Spanish-language song "Amor Amor Amor," which she previously teased across her social media, and let's just say it's hard to not have "Amor Amor Amor" for it.
J.Lo's latest single features reggaeton recording artist Wisin, and follows her last single "Ni Tú Ni Yo," both expected to appear on her forthcoming new album Por Primera Vez, which will be her second full-length Spanish album.
Along with Lopez's new single is its sultry new music video, which features the 48-year-old showcasing her amazing dance abilities, as she perfectly executes choreography in her native New York City throughout the Bowery subway station and in a subway car. The multi-talented singer/dancer/actress is rocking a Guess jeans cropped logo tee with leather pants and a fur jacket, while in another outfit she dons some skin-hugging head-to-toe denim.
The "Amor Amor Amor" music video, directed by Jessy Terrero, also shouts out dancers from World of Dance, the dance competition show where she is a judge, including Eva Igo, Diana Pombo, The Lab, Ian Eastwood, and the Power Peralta Twins.
In an interview with HOLA! USA, Lopez explained why she loves to sing in Spanish:
"I really love singing in Spanish. 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. I feel like I sing better in Spanish. We’re all interpreting songs as we go through life, right?"
Watch the video for "Amor Amor Amor" below:
Original article at iHeartRadio