Jennifer Lopez's 'Rebound' Music Video Depicts Past Abusive Relationships

Jennifer Lopez revealed in an interview with ET that she does not know if she'll ever make another album after her newest one.

In a bold and emotional move, Jennifer Lopez has unveiled the extended edit of her new music video for "Rebound," a track from her latest album, This Is Me…Now.

Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Dave Meyers, known for his work with artists such as Drake and Taylor Swift, the video delves into the haunting reality of abusive relationships, drawing from Lopez's own past experiences.

Inspired by her husband Ben Affleck's suggestion to channel her pain into her music, Lopez decided to confront the tumultuous journey of love she had endured. 

"Rebound" marks a deeply personal revelation for the star and serves as a beacon of hope for others trapped in similar situations. The overarching message of the video is clear: love should never inflict harm.

The release of this extended edit marks the first time Lopez has publicly addressed the truth of her past abusive relationships. Through powerful imagery and poignant storytelling, the video sheds light on the various forms of abuse, urging viewers to recognize the signs and seek help.

"Rebound" is a standout track from Lopez's long-awaited ninth studio album, This Is Me…Now, which marks her return to the music scene after almost a decade. The song, co-written and produced by Lopez herself alongside Rogét Chahayed and Jeff "Gitty" Gitelman, was crafted in her home studio in Los Angeles, adding an extra layer of intimacy to its message.

The music video is part of the larger musical experience, This Is Me…Now: A Love Story, which is currently captivating audiences worldwide. The project has already soared to the top spot on Prime Video in over 13 countries, further solidifying Lopez's status as a chart-topping artist and a powerful storyteller.

The world-famous triple threat recently revealed to ET that her latest album may also be her last one.

"We did a bunch of different album covers," she explained of This Is Me... Now. "We try to do stuff that’s very special for the fans and do collector's items and things like that that they can have forever and ever. The truth is I don't even know if I'll ever make another album after this. It’s such the kind of quintessential kind of Jennifer Lopez/J.Lo project and I really feel very fulfilled, so they really will be collector’s items at a certain point."

When pressed on the revelation, Lopez quipped, "Don't tell Benny [Medina] that that’s what I'm thinking -- this might be my last album ever."

The forthcoming documentary titled The Greatest Love Story Never Told offers fans a unique opportunity to witness Lopez's rarely seen vulnerable side. Produced by Amazon MGM Studios, this film showcases the multi-talented artist in a deeply personal light, sharing intimate moments and reflections with viewers.

Scheduled for release on Feb. 27, the documentary will be available for streaming exclusively on Prime Video.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, or go to All calls are toll-free and confidential.


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