In an interview with Extra's Mario Lopez, pop/dance music diva Jennifer Lopez confirmed that she's teaming-up with hip-hop superstar Chris Brown for her next studio album. The 43-year-old entertainer tweeted photos of herself with Brown inside the recording studio, one with her resting her head on the 23-year-old artist's shoulder and another with the two posing for a snapshot with producer Cory Rooney.
"Yes, when we were in the studio, writing songs and just getting that 'Jenny from the Block' flavor back," J.Lo revealed about their collaboration. "We actually worked on a bunch of [title] ideas... and we talked about doing a duet together for his album."
Although Lopez does not have a fixed title for her upcoming new album yet, the former "American Idol" judge is keen on finishing it for a summer release, choosing to focus on her new music and releasing it before she works on other projects. "Every time I get a new song I'm like, 'Oh, that could be a new title for the album'," J.Lo opened up about her current title selection process.
Lopez will be returning the favor to Brown when she sings on a track on his forthcoming album "X". Brown disclosed that he had a couple songs on his new album where she could make a smashing feature in. The talented singer/dancer also admitted how much he would like to make a music video with J.Lo, who's known for her dancing skills as much as her singing.