It's not a 'maybe' anymore! Jennifer López is confirmed to have recorded a duo with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli for his new musical production .
A video shows a sneak peek of the new single, a cover of the famous Spanish song “Quizás, Quizás, Quizás” (“Maybe, Maybe, Maybe”), interpreted by the singer, actress and former “American Idol” judge with the opera vocalist.
The love song tells the story of two people. One person desires to have a relationship with the other, but never receives a concrete answer.
You are wasting the time thinking, thinking
For what you love the most, until when, until when?
And so the days pass and I feel desperate,
And you always answers: ‘maybe, maybe, maybe’
After more than 20 years of his career, renowned opera singer Bocelli is now looking forward to a crossover into the pop world with “Passionate.” It will be released by January 29 and includes songs in six different languages.
Other famous stars like Nelly Furtado and Edith Piaf are also being featured in the project.
This is not the first time López sings a romantic ballad in Spanish. In 2007 she released her first Spanish language album “Como Ama una Mujer”, and has repeatedly sung duos with ex-husband Marc Anthony.
Listen to JLo and Andrea Bocelli together above and learn more about the "Diva from the Bronx" below.
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