March 31, 2012 01:15:32 GMT
Talking about the message of the song, J.Lo says, 'When something bad happens, your life is not over. You have to get up. You're gonna live. You're gonna to be okay.'
Jennifer Lopez is heading to the dance floor with her brand new single "Dance Again", which reunites her with "On the Floor" rapper Pitbull and producer RedOne. She seduces her fans to join the party once again with her flirty lyrics and uplifting disco sound.
"Nobody knows what I'm feeling inside/ I find it stupid, so why should I hide/ That I love to make love to you baby," she coos. "If this would be a perfect world, we'd be together then/ Only got just one life this I've learned, who cares what they're gonna say."
"I love being able to collaborate with the producer RedOne again, and working with Pitbull again," she gushed in an interview with Ryan Seacrest for his morning radio show. "We had a great chemistry the last time, and it was like 'We're going to have to do something again'."
The female judge of "American Idol" went on, "And this was the perfect song. I love the message of the song. That when something bad happens, your life is not over. You have to get up. You're gonna live. You're gonna to be okay. You're gonna dance again."
J.Lo hasn't decided whether the song will be included in her upcoming greatest hits compilation or her new studio album, but she has already worked on some songs. One of them is a track called "Follow the Leader" with Wisin & Yandel and it's confirmed to be featured in their upcoming record.
She has prepared a music video for each of the songs. The "Dance Again" clip is scheduled to have its premiere on the upcoming result show of the singing competition on April 5, while the "Follow the Leader" video has yet to have a release date. She filmed the latter video in Mexico.
Aside from talking about her project, J.Lo also took time to share her thoughts on the latest "Idol" outcast Heejun Han. Praising him for his talent, she noted, "Some people have great voices that kind of fall to the wayside, and they really don't pick up their steam, and he just kept on getting better and better and better."
"Then when he got on the live shows we saw this other side of him. This jokester. This prankster. This other person, and I don't feel like America got a chance to connect with his part the way we did in the beginning. We saw more vulnerable, heartfelt side to him that America never got to see until that last performance that he did."
When asked whether Jimmy Iovine's harsh criticism played part in Heejun getting the boot, she said, "No, I know everybody listens to what Jimmy says, and even to what we say as the judges, but at the end of the day America makes their own decision on people."
Jennifer Lopez's "Dance Again" Lyric Video