Posted on Jan 1st, 2014 by Aniek • Filed In: New Single,News & Updates

J.Lo is back on the block! In the last two years, Jennifer Lopez has been abducted by the EDM beats, leaving her “urban” self in the past. Scoring major global hit like “On The Floor” made Jennifer think EDM was going to be her style of choice for the many years to come. Later “Dance Again” and “Live It Up” followed, all RedOne-produced and Pitbull-assisted EDM singles. Although “Dance Again” wasn’t a flop, it did not match the success of “On The Floor” (disenchantment with J.Lo’s new music style began to be noticeable), and “Live It Up” did tank on the charts.

Now in late 2013, Jennifer Lopez surprises everyone again (and it’s good news). She’s ditching the EDM sound and going back to her “urban” roots. Jenny from the Block is back. She hit the studio earlier this year with Chris Brown and Cory Rooney, and only yesterday (December 28th) it was revealed the song they recorded (and wrote together) is called “Same Girl” and that she has shot a music video for it. On Saturday afternoon, J.Lo and crew hit up chilly The Bronx to film the visual for “Same Girl” with directors Steven Gomillion & Dennis Leupold. Take a look at photos and footage from the set, and you’ll get “Jenny from the Block” vibes straight away.

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