Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are back together... in the studio, at least.
The former power couple, who separated in 2011, are currently working on Lopez’s second Spanish-language album, according to Billboard. Anthony will executive produce the project through his entertainment company, Magnus Media.
The first time Lopez and Anthony collaborated musically, it was for the ‘90s mega hit “No Me Ames.” Since then, the two have collaborated on singles like “Escapémonos” and on Lopez’s 2007 Spanish album “Como ama una mujer.”
The upcoming album will be her second all-Spanish record, currently set to be released in 2017. The first single from the album is set to drop this November, Billboard reports.
“I am so excited and really looking forward to this new musical journey and to celebrate my Latin roots with Marc Anthony and the Sony/Magnus family,” Lopez said in a statement.
It’s been five years since the dynamic music duo divorced but both Anthony and Lopez have showed each other nothing but love since the split. Most recently, Lopez surprised her ex-husband during his Radio City Hall concert in August to sing “No Me Ames.”
More of that music magic to come in 2017.