Jennifer Lopez teases 'I'm Into You' single; 'Like' it on Facebook to release it early
Jennifer Lopez stopped by Ryan Seacrest's radio show Wednesday morning (March 30) to debut a slip of her new song "I'm into You," featuring Lil Wayne. J.Lo also revealed that fans have a chance to get the song before its official April 5 release date.
To get the full version of "I'm Into You," fans can "unlock" the song on J.Lo's official Facebook page. This "Give it LOVE? Get it early" schtick says that if enough people "Like" the song on Facebook, J.Lo will release it early. We wonder what constitutes "enough"? Is it a sliding scale, like if the song isn't doing gangbusters, they'll decide 500 is enough and release it? Or will they take their ball and go home?
As an extra "incentive," fans who "Like" the song will be entered to win a trip tot the "American Idol" season finale in Los Angeles. Perhaps if they wanted to generate buzz by having a lot of "Likes," they should have released a clip that just repeats "You've got it" for 10 seconds and then says "I feel lucky like a four-leaf clover."
What do you think? Will you be "Liking" the song on Facebook?