Jennifer Lopez gyrates in new video for "I'm Into You"
Tuesday 03 May 2011
On May 2, American pop diva Jennifer Lopez dropped a new video featuring American rapper Lil Wayne for the second cut from her just-released comeback album,
Last week, Lopez previewed a snippet of the video, filmed in Mexico, on the American television series Today before premiering the clip in its entirety on the show on May 2.
"When she's not gyrating on the Chichen-Itza ruins in Mexico, J-Lo spends the majority of the video either frolicking on the beach or laying across her hot beach beau, Telenovela star William Levy," writes music website Idolator.
"Along with the song's midtempo beat, 'I'm Into You' also features an unexpected dance breakdown, where Lopez bursts into some swift choreography to a clip of her Love? cut 'Papi,'" describes MTV.
Jennifer Lopez released Love?, her seventh album and first since 2007's Brave, on April 29. The album includes the top 10 iTunes international single "On the Floor" featuring Pitbull. Her most successful single in eight years, it reached the top spot in 15 countries, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom. The actress, singer, entrepreneur, and co-host of TV show American Idol has sold more than 55 million records worldwide.
Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgLcQmlN2Xg
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