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Jennifer Lopez: ‘Ain’t Your Mama’ Single Review

Jennifer Lopez: ‘Ain’t Your Mama’ Single Review

Ms. Jennifer Lopez has been off the scene for a while, but it never means she’s gone. She returns with a brand new incredibly catchy single titled “Ain’t Your Mama.” A song that’s guaranteed to be an anthem for all the independent women out there. Especially the ones dealing with men that expect to be treated like kings when they are not giving that worth in the relationship.

If you expect to sit around, play video games, get your laundry done and have all your cooking done for you, Jlo isn’t the woman for you. “Things are about to change” Jlo sings in the song.

Placed on a familiar Jennifer Lopez type of beat, “Ain’t Your Mama” is another one of those songs that will captivate you right from the start. The lyrics do well to compliment an already catchy flow. It will partially remind you of “Dance Again” and “On the Floor” as it flows with the same energy. Although, it is quite different – It is not entirely dripping with that pop/house feel. On the pre-chorus, the song sort of calms down and lets her vocals predominate that part of the song.

“I ain’t gon’ be cooking all day, I ain’t your mama / I ain’t gon’ do your laundry, I ain’t your mama,” sings Jlo. Jennifer Lopez sings in an assuring tone and this makes it a whole lot more captivating. “Ain’t Your Mama” is an ascertaining song and she does an incredible job making it sound that way. Her voice, powerful as ever. On the pre-chorus, she lowers the energy in the voice and you hear a much more delicate Jlo singing and all of it together forms a good song.

“Ain’t Your Mama” will ride on how catchy and danceable it is to become a hit. It is that song that will get you nodding and ready to dance whenever it comes on. And it surely makes one anticipate the video. It has a sound that belongs with a great video and in that field we can trust Jennifer to utterly impress.

Jennifer Lopez has not lost her mighty touch despite the years in the industry. She is still able to give you a song that is so 2016 even with her legend status. This is exactly what she delivers with this song.

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Ian Paul Byamugisha is a college tech student from Uganda. When he’s not writing codes, he is writing poetry, music and articles.