American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez has unveiled her brand new album’s artwork and the album’s name. The singer took to Twitter to announce that her eighth studio LP will be called A.K.A.
The album cover shows J-Lo looking incredible in a hot-red Versace dress standing against a matching red background with ‘JLO’ and the album title displayed around her in gold.
Speaking about the record, Lopez explained, “My topic has always been love… Love in a fairy-tale kind of way [and] praying and wishing for that. After all these years, I’ve learned that love is something other than what I thought it was. [I’m] just more grown now.”
She also described her new music as representing a “stronger Jennifer”. You can watch a hilarious interview Jennifer did with Jimmy Kimmel where she asks viewers to help her choose an album title from a list of possibilities.
A.K.A, which is Jennifer’s first album release since 2011, will feature collaborations with Robin Thicke, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, Tyga and Maxwell and writing collaborations with Chris Brown.
Following from the success of “I Luh Ya Papi”, J-Lo released a lyric video for her brand new single, “First Love”, which you can watch here.
Lopez will be awarded the Billboard Icon Award later this month in Las Vegas, Nevada. A.K.A is expected to release in late June of this year.