Now this is some amazing news. Just when you thought Jennifer Lopez couldn't possibly get any busier—she's currently a judge on American Idol's farewell season, is headlining her own Vegas residency, and acts as mom to 8-year-old twins—the star announced plans to head back into the studio.
The triple threat just signed a brand new long-term deal with Epic Records, the Sony Music-owned label helmed by her longtime mentor, Epic chairman and CEO L.A. Reid, and she seems super excited. Lopez took to Instagram today to share the news, and posted a photo of her Reid that she captioned: "Heading Back Home! New Record Deal! @la_reid @epicrecords."
The singer released six albums on Epic Records between 1999 and 2007, leaving the label in 2010 for Universal Music Group's Island Def Jam where she put out two albums. One thing's certain: We can't wait for her new music.