Jennifer Lopez Teases New Song From ‘Marry Me’ Movie Soundtrack
Old dance world judge Jennifer Lopez has a new rom-com coming out in February titled Marry me, starring Owen Wilson. She’s already released a song from the film’s soundtrack, and now she’s teasing another, titled “After Love.”
Jennifer Lopez Teases New Song “After Love”
Lopez previously released the song “On My Way” from the Marry me soundtrack, accompanied by a glamorous music video. The film will also feature the track “After Love”. Lopez posted an Instagram video previewing the song, along with clips from the film.
“What comes after love? / I wanna know there’s something for me after us,” Lopez sings on the track. It looks like her character will perform the song in the film, at a school dance she attends with Owen Wilson’s character.
The premise of the film is that Lopez plays a pop star who finds out her fiancé is cheating on her. She decides to marry a spectator who accidentally holds a “Marry Me” sign in the crowd. They end up getting married on stage. The film hits theaters on February 11 and airs on Peacock the same day.
SEE ALSO: JENNIFER LOPEZ RELEASES VIDEO FOR NEW MOVIE SONG “ON MY WAY”
When will the “Marry Me” soundtrack be available?
The official Marry me The soundtrack will be released on February 4, a week before the film’s debut. The album contains 13 tracks and Lopez performs most of the songs. Colombian singer Maluma, who plays her fiancé in the film, also features on several songs.
In addition to “On My Way” and “After Love”, the soundtrack also includes the songs “Marry Me”, “Church”, “Love of My Life” and “Nobody’s Watching”. There’s also a Target-exclusive bonus track titled “After Love (Part 2)”.
“We had the script, and then we decided on where we’d like to put the music,” Lopez said. Billboard on the soundtrack process. “You can’t have a movie about two pop stars performing that doesn’t have a soundtrack.”
Lopez said she listened to 100 songs from different producers and songwriters before she cut it. You can pre-record the soundtrack before its release here.
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