Jennifer Lopez released her profession defining album This Is Me…Then in 2002, and it appears she has been planning the sequel for the whole twenty years since. The actress and musical artist has had plenty of symmetry in her life this yr compared to that era, like reuniting along with her old fiancé, Ben Affleck, and really marrying him.
On November 25, J.Lo announced the discharge of her recent album This Is Me… Now on Instagram, sharing a clip of herself morphing from the unique cover to who she can be on this one.
Here’s every part we learn about it up to now.
When will This Is Me…Now be released?
There isn’t any official date yet, however it appears to be scheduled for September of 2023.
What’s Jennifer Lopez’s recent album about?
The artist statement for the project said this:
“Heralding a recent era of music for Jennifer Lopez, ‘This Is Me…Now’ chronicles the emotional, spiritual and psychological journey that she has taken over the past twenty years. An emotionally raw and honest project, unlike any she has produced before, she writes and sings about her life and experiences that may resonate with us all. As well as, these autobiographical stories informed by the album will lead to other very personal projects that can be released next yr…more to return on that.”
In a recent interview with Vogue, Lopez said she desired to set the record straight about her love life with this album.
“People think they know things about what happened to me along the way in which, the boys I used to be with—but they really do not know, and plenty of times they get it so fallacious,” she said. “There’s a component of me that was hiding a side of myself from everyone. And I feel like I’m at a spot in my life, finally, where I even have something to say about it.”
What are the track names on This Is Me… Now?
A whole lot of songs on This Is Me…Then were about her relationship with Affleck, like “Dear Ben,” “Baby I Love, U” and “I’m Glad.”
The This Is Me… Now tracklist includes songs that reference their recent relationship and marriage, including “Dear Ben Part II,” “Mad in Love,” and “Midnight Trip to Vegas.”
These are the track names so as:
1. This Is Me … Now
2. To Be Yours
3. Mad in Love
4. Can’t Get Enough
6. not. going. anywhere.
7. Dear Ben pt. ll
9. Hearts and Flowers
10. Broken Like Me
11. This Time Around
12. Midnight Trip to Vegas
13. Biggest Love Story Never Told
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, can be released by Dial Press in February 2022.