It’s been 20 years since Jennifer Lopez dropped This Is Me … Then, and in honor of the set’s anniversary, the star has introduced a follow-up to that album titled This Is Me … Now, set to drop subsequent 12 months.
Calling it a “musical expertise,” the challenge will chronicle the “emotional, religious and psychological journey” that Lopez has taken over the previous 20 years, in response to a press launch. In a teaser during which she publicizes This Is Me … Now, J.Lo says: “We captured me at this second in time. You probably have, like me at occasions, misplaced hope, nearly given up, don’t. And that’s actual. And I need to put that message out to the world.”
Lopez talked about this new album in her latest Vogue cowl story describing it as a “fruits of who I’m as an individual and an artist.” She added: “Individuals suppose they know issues about what occurred to me alongside the best way, the boys I used to be with — however they actually don’t know, and lots of occasions they get it so mistaken. There’s part of me that was hiding a aspect of myself from everybody. And I really feel like I’m at a spot in my life, lastly, the place I’ve one thing to say about it.”
This Is Me … Then — which featured tracks resembling “The One” and “All I Have,” that includes LL Cool J — peaked at No. 2 on the Fakazakamp 200 chart (dated Dec. 14, 2002). After releasing a handful of singles and the soundtrack for her movie Marry Me over the previous near-decade, This Is Me … Now will mark J.Lo’s first album in eight years, following A.Ok.A. in 2014. The tracks on the 2023 album, whose precise launch date has not but been revealed, are described as “plaintive, confessional songs, reflections on the trials of her previous, upbeat jams celebrating love and intercourse.”
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