Jennifer Lopez Releases New Single “Medicine,” featuring French Montana

Jennifer Lopezis playing doctor, of sort…

The 49-year-old Puerto Rican superstar has joined voices with French Montana on her latest single “Medicine.” 

Jennifer Lopez

The horn-tinged track premiered via Beats 1 on Wednesday afternoon (April 3) alongside an in-depth conversation between Jenny From the Block and Ebro Darden.

J.Loinitially let fans in on the plan for her next musical endeavor late last month, and the uptempo bop arrived just about two weeks later. 

The multi-hyphenate delivers an earworm of a chorus that’s perfect for listeners to bust a move to. 

“Think you need some medicine/ I can be your medicine, yeah/ Think you need some medicine/ Give you a taste of what you give out,” she passionately sings.

During Lopez’s chat with Ebro on Beats 1, the pair touched on the upcoming “Medicine” video, balancing music with her other business ventures, some throwbacks that inspired her teenage years, the highly anticipated It’s My Party Tour, which kicks off on June 7 in Los Angeles, and much more.

No matter where J.Lo’s journey takes her, she will always feel the most at home when performing her music. 

“That was my first love. That was where I felt the most alive. Still to this day, the place I feel the most alive,” she explained. “As much as I enjoy doing everything that I do, the most love I feel is when I’m performing my music in front of people. For me, that’s where I feel the most at home.”

J Balvin’s New Album “Vibras” Makes History on Apple Music

J Balvin is making history…

The 33-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer’s new album Vibras has racked up the most first-week global streams for a Latin album ever on Apple Music, replacing week one of Romeo Santos‘ 2017 project Golden.

J Balvin

Vibras also claims the record for the most-streamed Latin album in 24 hours on Apple Music so far in 2018.

On the Billboard charts, the album notched the biggest week of 2018 for a Latin album so far with its No. 1 debut on the Top Latin Albums chart and No. 15 bow on the Billboard 200. The week of its release, Vibras was highlighted as one of the best albums of the week in Billboard’s Viva Friday article, which is a compilation of new songs, albums and videos recommended by the Billboard Latin editors.

“I just want to make music for the world,” the Colombian singer told Beats 1’s Ebro Darden before he released the album.

Sabrina Claudio Named Apple Music’s Newest Up Next Artist

Sabrina Claudio is an Apple of the music world…

The 21-year-old half-Cuban and half-Puerto Rican singer is Apple Music‘s newest Up Next artist.

Sabrina Claudio

Claudio follows in the footsteps of her upcoming tour partner 6LACK, a previous selection.

Apple’s Up Next program showcases emerging artists in music like previous Up Next alum SigridKhalidMr. Eazi and Daniel Caesar.

To coincide with the announcement, Apple Music will release an exclusive interview with the “Belong To You” singer and Beats 1 host Ebro Darden as well as a short documentary on the singer’s humble beginnings.

The announcement comes on the heels of Claudio’s newest project About Time and ahead of her upcoming 28-city jaunt with 6LACK. On Monday (October 23), the singer will also make her television debut with a live performance on The Late Late Show with James Cordon.

“What am I afraid of as an artist? I guess I was scared before of just not being heard,” Claudio says in the trailer of her doc. “But I’m too loud now.”