Jennifer Lopez Gives ‘On My Way’ a Country Twist with Jimmie Allen

Maluma, move aside: J.Lo has a new employee. Jennifer Lopez and Jimmie Allen released a remix of their song “On My Way” on Friday. Marry me soundtrack that arrived earlier this year.

“And you don’t believe in ‘should’/But somehow you were meant for me,” Allen sings during his verse.

The release of the track is a full circle moment for Allen who participated in the race american idol 2011, when Lopez was one of the show’s judges alongside Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler.

“I first met @JLo in 2010 as a contestant on @AmericanIdol. As soon as I heard ‘I’m Real’ I said to myself, one day we’d do a song together and it happened.” Allen tweeted on Thursday. “I’m honored to be part of the reimagined version of ‘On My Way’.”

On the cover, Lopez poses in a cheetah print dress while Allen wears his signature hat and leather jacket with cheetah print lapels. The reinterpreted song is set to appear on Allen’s forthcoming album Tulip Drivewhich falls on June 24th.

Tulip Drive is the street where my grandmother lived in Delaware. This is the first time I’ve chosen to write songs about my own personal experiences, thoughts and hopes,” Allen said tweeted last month, the announcement of the record. “Hope you all like it.”

Allen released the track “Down Home” earlier this year and joined Dylan Scott on “In Our Blood”. Meanwhile, Lopez recently released the soundtrack to her film Marry me with Maluma, which included songs like “Pa Ti (For You)”, “Church” and “Marry Me”.

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/jennifer-lopez-jimmie-allen-on-my-way-remix-1359407/ Jennifer Lopez Gives ‘On My Way’ a Country Twist with Jimmie Allen

Emma James

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