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Jennifer Lopez Teases New Album “This Is Me…Now” with Sean Paul-Sampling Single

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Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for the release of her first solo album in almost a decade, and she’s set to launch it with the Sean Paul-sampling single, “Can’t Get Enough.” The singer and actor provided a sneak peek with a 30-second preview of the track, set to be released on January 10.

The single samples Sean Paul’s 2003 hit “I’m Still In Love With You,” which, in turn, samples Alton Ellis’ 1960s classic “I’m Still In Love With You Girl.” Lopez also unveiled a trailer for “This Is Me…Now,” her upcoming album scheduled for release on February 16.

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Signed under a new deal with BMG, Jennifer Lopez describes “This Is Me…Now” as a “musical experience” and a sequel to her 2002 album “This is Me…Then.” The album, recorded in 2022 and 2023 at J. Lo’s home, will feature production from Hit-Boy, Ink, Tay Keith, Yeti Beats, Carter Lang, and Kim “Kaydence” Krysiuk.

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BMG’s CEO Thomas Coesfeld expressed excitement about the collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with her and her team to release her first album in nearly a decade. We are both excited and proud to partner with Jennifer Lopez on this long-awaited sequel to This is Me…Then.”

While this marks Lopez’s return to music after almost 10 years, she has intermittently released music over the years. Her focus has often been on acting, with her 2019 film “Hustlers” earning her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress. “This Is Me…Now” aims to showcase Lopez’s enduring talent and deliver a message that resonates with her audience.

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