“The tunes recount to the story similarly to such an extent,” Lopez recounts to PEOPLE in the current week’s main story of the soundtrack

The soundtrack for Jennifer Lopez’s new film Marry Me is out Friday – and it hopes to satisfy all of our Valentine’s Day needs!

In front of the soundtrack’s delivery, the entertainer and artist, 52, shared a video mashup to prepare fans for what’s to come.

In the video, fans can watch a progression of brief clasps from the film combined with tunes included on the soundtrack. A couple are “Wed Me,” “Dad Ti (For You),” which Lopez delivered with costar and reggaeton artist Maluma in 2020, and “Church.”
The video additionally reviews fun dance numbers, studio accounts, and cozy exhibitions with Maluma, 28, alongside scenes close by costar Owen Wilson.

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In another cover meet for the Love Issue, on magazine kiosks this week, the “On My Way” artist addressed  about the job the soundtrack – which she arranged – played in the film.

“The tunes recount to the story comparably much,” she told solely.

“I needed 100% of the time to do music with films. I love musicals and I’ve never truly gotten the opportunity to do one since Selena. And surprisingly then it wasn’t my voice,” she said, alluding to her 1997 hit Selena, wherein she plays the late music symbol Selena Quintanilla-Pérez.

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Lopez proceeded, “It was Selena’s voice in the film. Thus it was about, ‘Hello, this venture could truly fit doing that and performing and assembling these two universes that had lived so independently for so extremely long.'”