J. Lo's Back in the Studio With Sexy Selfie to Prove It 

J. Lo's Back in the Studio With Sexy Selfie to Prove It 
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Jennifer Lopez is working it, in all senses of the phrase! The 47-year-old mom, actress, and singer announced to her Instagram followers today that she is back to work, recording music in the studio. Lopez shared a sexy selfie to show fans what she's up to, wearing headphones and ready to go in front of a studio recording microphone. The Shades of Blue star looked casual yet stylish in a fitted white tank top and a touch of makeup to highlight her brows and enviable cheek bones. She completed her look with her honey brown locks pulled together in a high ponytail.

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Back at it...

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She captioned the photo "Back at it..." and although she didn't indicate what she's recording, the session could likely be for her upcoming collaboration with ex-husband Marc Anthony. Anthony and his company, Magnus Media, and Sony Music Latin are set to produce and develop the Spanish-language album, while Lopez will use her vocals amidst Spanish melodies to create chart-topping hits. Lopez hasn't released a Spanish-language album since 2007 when she released, Como Ama Una Mujer, which was also co-produced by Anthony.

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The mom of twins has recently been in the spotlight for her NBC drama series, Shades of Blue, which was renewed for a third season, that whole Drake thing, and her new relationship former pro-baseball player, Alex Rodriguez—with whom she just enjoyed a romantic Bahamian vacation.

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The first single off of the star's album is supposedly set to drop in November, so queue the playlist of J. Lo's top hits on repeat while we wait!

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