Maluma, switch aside: J.Lo has a novel collaborator. On Friday, Jennifer Lopez and Jimmie Allen released a remix of her music “On My Plan” from the Marry Me soundtrack that arrived earlier this one year.
“And you don’t specialize in in ‘intended to be’/But one plot or the other you had been intended for me,” Allen croons in opposition to his verse.
The release of the note is a corpulent-circle moment for Allen, who competed on American Idol in 2011, when Lopez changed into one among the judges on the recount alongside Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler.
“I met @JLo for the most major time In 2010 as a contestant on @AmericanIdol. soon as I heard ‘I’m Exact,’ I told myself at some point soon we would assemble a music together and It came about,” Allen tweeted on Thursday. “I’m honored to be a share of the reimagined version of ‘On My Plan.’”
On the quilt art work, Lopez poses in a cheetah-patterned dress while Allen wears his signature hat and a leather-primarily primarily based jacket with cheetah print lapels. The reimagined music is situation to seem on Allen’s upcoming album Tulip Drive, which drops on June 24.
“Tulip Drive is the road my grandmom lived on in Delaware. Here is the most major where I chose to jot down songs about my own private experiences, thoughts and hopes,” Allen tweeted closing month, announcing the legend. “Hope y’all revel in it.”
Allen released note “Down Dwelling” earlier this one year and joined Dylan Scott on “In Our Blood.” Meanwhile, Lopez closing released the soundtrack to her movie Marry Me with Maluma, which featured songs much like “Pa Ti (For You),” “Church,” and “Marry Me.”
From Rolling Stone US.