Jennifer Lopez Channels Classic and Contemporary Pop in ‘I’m Into You’ Video
This morning, Jennifer Lopez premiered her video for her latest single 'I'm Into You' on NBC's 'Today.' In the video, Lopez shows that age is nothing but a number, as the 41-year-old singer breaks it down and shows off her amazing body on the beach in Mexico.
The video for 'I'm Into You' includes several images that are reminiscent of both contemporary pop videos and some iconic videos from the late '80s/early '90s. The video kicks off with black-and-white images of rolling clouds and Lopez frolicking about the beach with her "boyfriend," Telenovela stud William Levy. During these scenes, we can't help but think Lopez is channeling Chris Isaak's 'Wicked Game' video and Janet Jackson's 'Love Will Never Do (Without You).'
As the video continues, Lopez is looking statuesque and as beautiful as ever as she poses in flowing dresses and dances around the Chichen-Itza ruins in Mexico. In one part, Lopez reminds us of Beyonce, as she wanders around the ancient stone architecture with her big, tousled locks dominating the shot. Lopez also proves she can work it in a tribal dance scene that rivals Beyonce's in the 'Deja Vu' video.
The landscapes, J. Lo and her man are all visually stunning, but the weird part is that Lil Wayne, who is featured on the track, is nowhere to be found in the video. 'I'm Into You' is featured on Jennifer Lopez's latest album 'Love?,' which was released on May 3. Check out what PopCrush thinks of J. Lo's first full-length album since 2007 in our complete track-by-track review.
Watch the Jennifer Lopez 'I'm Into You' Video