Everything NewsWorthy About Jennifer Lopez’s Album and Film— “This Is Me…Now”

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Jennifer Lopez waited until after Thanksgiving to let fans in on her new album and film titled, “This Is Me…Now.” The actress who will be working with Amazon MGM Studios has projects slated for next year.

Jennifer Lopez’s This Is Me…Now Release Date

This Is Me…Now is Jennifer Lopez’ album title, and the release date is February 16, 2023. It comes just in time — the Valentine’s Day season, reminding lovers about love. The album has amazing talents, including the mastermind, Lopez. Her team of organizers, writers, and producers are Rogét Chayed and Angel Lopez. INK, HitBoy, and Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman are working hand in hand with the singer.

Fans have been assured of a fusion of different music genres like hip-hop, R&B, and modern pop tone. This album marks Lopez’s ninth studio album. It is a 13-track album with Brandon Riester as the album’s A&R.

As per Variety,

“This Is Me…Now” is Lopez’s first studio album in nearly a decade and celebrates the anniversary of its sister album, “This is Me…Then.”

Jennifer Lopez Film

Jennifer Lopez will bless fans with a short film and her album, This Is Me…Now. Dave Meyers will handle production. As expected, it will not fall short of its glory. The film will complement the album and will focus on her love life.

In clear words, the actress’s film is “a narrative driven, intimate, reflective, sexy, funny, fantastical and highly entertaining musical and visual reimagining of her publicly scrutinized love life.”

Jennifer Lopez’s album and film will have words that describe her romance with Ben Affleck. The Bennifer story will forever remain in the hearts of many. Affleck was able to redeem his lost love after marriage and fatherhood.

Consequently, the This Is Me…Now track list publicized last year showed titles like Dear Ben Pt II. This means it is a follow-up of Dear Ben from the previous album, This is Me…Then.

Lopez answers all the questions about being a lover girl in the film’s opening minutes, released on Monday. She said:

“When I was a little girl, when someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer was always… in love.”

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