Jennifer Lopez’s latest dance hit was at number one this week on Billboards.com dance charts. The song, Do it Well, is part of her latest album, “Brave”. “Brave” is Jennifer’s 6th studio album in her music career, and her second release this year.
The song was written and produced by Ryan Teddler. David LaChepelle, who is renowned for his “out of the box” concepts and ideas, produced the music video. The video starts with Jennifer getting a SOS message from a little boy. Jennifer then pounds her way into a club, beats up a couple of random people and saves the boy. She manages to do all of this in a short trench coat and still has time for a few dance routines in between, which she does in a red dress and heels.
Although the song has been a big hit and has stayed on the Billboard.com charts for 6 weeks, the music video hasn’t been as much of a success. In an interview, Jennifer tells of David’s “magical work” by combining colour, art and an underground vibe into the video. She reports that David said, “People want to see her dance,” so the video was created as a “high energy dance song.”
Her previous album, released earlier this year, “Como Ama Un Mujer” has broken the record for the highest selling Spanish album. Since it’s release in March, it has sold over 800,000 copies. The album has been nominated for the American Music Awards (AMA) in the category, Favourite Latin Artist.
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