[artist id="508574"]Jennifer Lopez[/artist] collaborated with [article id="1660952"]Pitbull[/article] for her comeback dance anthem [article id="1659178"]"On the Floor,"[/article] and her follow-up single will continue a trend of linking up with chart-topping MCs. On Wednesday (March 30), the "American Idol" judge took to Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show to tease a snippet of her new single, "I'm Into You," which features none other than rapper [article id="1659794"]Lil Wayne[/article].
Despite the singer's "Give It Love, Get It Early" campaign to release the song in its entirety early on iTunes utilizing Facebook's "like" option, the tune has already made its way to the blogosphere.
Over a trippy mid-tempo beat, Lil Wayne opens with a brief verse before Lopez sings a tale of a lover's spellbound attraction. "When I look into your eyes, it's over/ You got me hooked with your love controller/ I'm tripping and I could not get over/ I'm feeling lucky like a four-leaf clover/ I'm into you," the pop star sings during the song's pop&B chorus.
The Weezy-assisted tune, which was reportedly produced by Stargate, will be available on iTunes next Tuesday. Among the other songs scheduled for release through the "Give It Love, Get It Early" campaign are "Papi" (April 13) and "Love?" (April 20).
In addition to premiering some new music, the pop star opened up about last week's surprising "Idol" results show, where the judges decided to [article id="1660644"]save contestant Casey Abrams[/article]. "It was crazy. We knew that it was kind of a radical decision because it was so early in the season," the singer told Seacrest. However, Lopez admitted that all the judges unanimously decided that it was the right thing to do to prevent the "dynamic performer" from packing his bags.
For now, J. Lo is gearing up to perform her new music on "American Idol" on May 5 as well as at KIIS FM's annual [article id="1660770"]Wango Tango[/article] show on May 14.
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