Jennifer Lopez – Ain’t Your Mama

After months and months of exhausting waiting, all the Jennifer Lopez fans can finally uncork the champagne! Almost two years after the release of her latest A.K.A. album, the singer, actress and dancer is back with a new single titled Ain’t Your Mama. The track is a powerful pop’n’b up tempo with a Latin rhythm, overwhelming and very danceable in the perfect JLO style.

The song doesn’t shine of variety, but I must admit that JLO offers a dynamic vocal performance, engaging, perfect for a track that certainly won’t make you stand still. The Latin diva shows her good voice, especially in the background vocals, and the result is a gritty track that perhaps could really please everyone.

In the video released on Friday, there is a super energetic JLO who plays many roles simultaneously: that of a journalist who gives birth to a feminist polemic, and that of many women subdued by men. We have the perfect housewife, the abused secretary, the not respected worker and the entrepreneur crushed by male colleagues. All of them rebel against this situation. The video ends with a mega choreography carried out by the real Jenny, merging all the characters played.

The clip is surely good, nothing else to add. Well maybe only one thing…the ass of Jenny, at the age of 46, still looks terrific!

Enjoy JLO who’s definetely not our mama!


Prince Royce – Back It Up feat Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull

Summer is at the door and, just like clockworks, latin popstars come out of their winter sleep to flood the international music panorama with their so damn predictable freshness. This time is the turn of 26 y.o. Prince Royce who teams up with Miss and Mr Worldwide, best known as Jennifer “From the block” Lopez and Pitbull.

The song is Back It Up and, to be very honest, is the perfect well packaged, so boring and so early 2000s track! I mean it’s catchy, danceable, with the same racy of always lyrics and everything, but to me it really tastes of nothing. Seriously, I appreciate artists who openly admit they sing for money and not for glory, but please a little bit of self respect doesn’t hurt at all, even in tracks like these.

If the dethroned Prince Royce wanted to bring into the scene something different than the classic bachata who made him a huge star in Latin America, he took quite a slip.Pitbull is the anti-originality right now…he really is everywhere!

So if you need a very simple and fresh 3 mins song to shake your butt with, then Back It Up does for you. Enjoy the video (really worth it. Thanks Jenny!).