Four years after releasing “A.K.A”., Jennifer Lopez makes an explosive return with the release of dance anthem, “Us”.
Teaming up with producing powerhouses Skrillex and Poo Bear, J.Lo. ponders over a new love: “I’m right here, Don’t wake me if I’m dreaming, Could you be the one without a doubt?, Could I be for your keepin.”
The single is a departure from her 2016 feminist-themed song “I Ain’t Your Mama”, which was certified RIAA gold.
According to the Daily Mail, Lopez is releasing her ninth studio album later this year, with “Us” serving as the lead single.
Earlier this week, Lopez was forced to defend her position on sexual harassment after Kate Upton accused Guess co-creator Paul Marciano of sexually and emotionally harassing models. Upton’s comment came hours before Lopez was scheduled to appear at her Guess launch party.
“My position on these issues is well known, as I have been very vocal about them. I do not condone any acts of sexual harassment, violation, or misconduct,” she wrote in a statement. “Any accusations should be fully and thoroughly investigated. I will continue to support our rights as women.”
Lopez is slated to perform on Direct TV’s “Super Saturday Night” concert special ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl.