that of Jennifer Lopez new song “Cambia El Paso”, a collaboration with Rauw Alejandro, is due out on Monday July 5 with the accompanying video clip. The pair have been teasing the upcoming summer hit for weeks.
The new track is about moving on when “something’s wrong”, a sentiment the “Let’s Get Loud” singer is all too familiar with, HEY reports. Lopez recently ended her two-year engagement at Alex rodriguez and has since been romantically linked to the old flame Ben affleck.
“The song is about change and not being afraid to take the plunge,” she told SiriusXM. The globalization of Pitbull. “Like, take the step, go ahead, do what you have to do. If something’s wrong, whatever it is in your life, for example, take that move and dance.”
“Cambia El Paso”, which translates to “change the pace”, is inspired by the history of the triple threat of 51 years in dance, which she calls “life, joy and happiness”, for HEY.
“So every time I talk about dancing, I’m talking about something else,” she said. “All she wants is dance, dance, dance, dance again. You have to live. You have to be yourself. You have to be happy. And that’s what the record is about.”
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