Jennifer Lopez and Rauw Alejandro have joined forces for a new solitary, “Cambia El Paso.” The fiery tune marks Lopez’s first launch of 2021, as perfectly as her initially collaboration with Alejandro.
The pop monitor was developed by Jonas Jurström and Victor Thell, and engineered by Trevor Muzzy, with a slick conquer and Reggaeton grooves. The one will be followed by a music video clip featuring the duo.
“Cambia El Paso” translates to “change the phase,” which mirrors Lopez’s supposed that means for the upbeat tune. “The track is about adjust and not getting fearful to just take the step,” Lopez said on an episode of SiriusXM’s Pitbull’s Globalization show. “Like, just take the phase, advance, do what you have to have to do. If something’s not sensation right, what ever it is in your daily life, like, just make that move and dance. Dance is life, and pleasure and happiness.”
She additional that the lyrics referencing dance is about far more than just choreographed motion. “I’m chatting about something else,” Lopez claimed on the exhibit. “All she desires to do is just dance, dance, dance, dance all over again. You gotta dwell. You gotta be by yourself. You acquired to be delighted. And that’s what the record’s about.”
Lopez is at this time placing the ending touches on her ninth complete-length studio album, set to be her first Spanish language album since 2007. The singer dropped many singles very last calendar year, which includes her solitary “In the Morning” and two collaborations with Maluma, “Pa’ Ti” and “Lonely.”
In January, Lopez done a medley of “This Land Is Your Land” and “America the Beautiful” through the inauguration ceremony for President Joe Biden. Through the effectiveness, Lopez declared “Justicia para todos!” — “Justice for all!” — and stated emphatically “Let’s get loud!” a nod to her strike solitary.
The singer also appeared at Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World, a Covid-compliant party at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium in Might. There Lopez led a singalong of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” and sent a rendition of her single “Ain’t Your Mama.”