After promising fans that they were “recording a hit” together back in July, Jennifer Lopez and Maluma have officially dropped their collaboration, blessing fans with a two-part music video out Thursday (Sept. 24).
Produced by Jon Leone and Édgar Barrera and co-written by Lopez and Maluma, the singles “Pa’ Ti” and “Lonely” have an infectious down-tempo reggaeton and trap melodies, highlighting both artists’ vocal chemistry.
“Todo lo que tengo es pa’ ti, pa ‘ti / Pase lo que pase, estoy pa’ ti, pa’ ti,” Lopez chants in Spanish in the first track, which translates to “everything I have is for you, for you / whatever happens, I’m here for you, for you.”
The two connecting music videos directed by Jessy Terrero and filmed in Huntington, NY, and New York City, tell the story of a couple who has a forbidden relationship. The clip includes both artists dancing atop a building in “Pa’ Ti” and a fierce chair choreography by Lopez in “Lonely,” to name a few.
The two-part production will be featured in the forthcoming movie Marry Me, co-starring Lopez and Maluma and hitting theaters everywhere on February 12, 2021. “Pa’ Ti” and “Lonely” will also form part of the original motion picture soundtrack released under Sony Music Latin and Arista Records.
J.Lo and Maluma are confirmed for a can’t-miss Superstar Q&A at the 2020 Billboard Latin Music Week, where they will speak about their new music together, their upcoming film, as well as how Latinos are changing the landscape in both Hollywood and the music industry.
Latin Music Week is a three-day immersive experience dedicated to Latin music, culture, and entertainment, taking place virtually on its new dates Oct. 20-23. To RSVP click here.