Jennifer Lopez Debuts Cover Art and Final Version of 'On the Floor'


Jennifer Lopez Debuts Cover Art and Final Version of 'On the Floor'


Still boasting uplifting beat and rap verses from Pitbull, the finished version has some improvements including more J.Lo in the intro.

It turns out that Jennifer Lopez's "On the Floor" which leaked over the weekend is not the final version. The Pitbull-assisted single comes out in its official form on Ryan Seacrest's radio show on Tuesday, January 18 along with its cover art.

The song is produced by RedOne and recorded for J.Lo's upcoming studio album "Love?" which is expected to arrive later this year. Compared to the unfinished track, this new one is neater with more J.Lo in the intro. "Dance the night away/ Live your life, and stay young on the floor/ Dance the night away/ Grab somebody drink a little more," she sings in the chorus.

Beside working with RedOne in "On the Floor", J.Lo also taps him to help her re-record Shocking Blue's 1969 single "Venus". The remix reportedly will be used in a commercial for Gillette, the company selling Venus women's razor.

Another thing to expect from J.Lo is the premiere of her "Good Hit" music video. Its snippet has arrived, featuring her wearing animal-print leotard and busting her moves in a classroom and school hallway with several hairdryer girls.



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