Album: Love? (2011)
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  • Back in 2004 Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony recorded a duet for Lopez's film Shall We Dance?. Seven years and much boogieing and waltzing later, the third single from Lopez's seventh studio album, Love? is a Latin-flavored pop song in which she sings of her love of dancing for her man. So many of us would love to be in Marc Anthony's dancing shoes.
  • The song was written by Bilal Hajji, AJ Junior and Teddy Sky, and co-written and produced by frequent Lady Gaga collaborator RedOne with BeatGeek, and Jimmy Joker.
  • The opening portion of the song was used in the dance-breakdown in the video for Lopez's previous single, "I'm Into You."
  • The song's music video was shot on August 21, 2011 in Los Angeles, California and directed by Paul Hunter. Lopez and Hunter previously worked together on the singer's videos for "If You Had My Love," "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "Feelin' So Good."


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