"I'm Into You" (CD Single)

Music review by
Jessica Dawson, Common Sense Media
"I'm Into You" (CD Single) Music Poster Image
JLo and Lil Wayne keep it mostly clean on upbeat club track.

Parents say

age 9+
Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 5 reviews

A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this music.

Positive Messages

Message of being interested in someone; falling under "love's spell" isn't really positive or negative.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Lil Wayne isn't known for being a role model, but he doesn't do anything offensive here. The song is about being interested in someone but isn't overly sexual.

Violence
Sex
Language

"S--t" once; a clean version is available.

Consumerism

Lopez is an American Idol judge and has promoted her songs and albums on the show.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this pop song is a typical club beat about finding someone you're interested in. It's free of sex, violence, and substances, and the only profanity is one use of "s--t" (an edited version of the track is also available). Lil Wayne guest raps on the single but keeps it relatively tame. Overall, this upbeat tune is fine for tweens and teens.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byDrDreVEVO May 15, 2011

The Word S**t is bepped out if you go To VEVO or YouTube and go to JenniferLopezVEVO and thats the clean version .

The Word S**t is bepped out if you go To or YouTube and go to Jennifers offical channel
Kid, 11 years old August 21, 2011

just 2 let u know

just 2 let u know in the video it has william levy (a famous hispanic guy) and the video is a bit steamy.
Teen, 14 years old Written byLiamMB September 5, 2011

Not so sure

Im not sure if this is anything to be concerned about and if its what i think but in waynes verse he says "so wet I need a wetsuit"...?

What's the story?

I'M INTO YOU is yet another upbeat club pop single from Jennifer Lopez. The track steers clear of sex, drinking, and strong language, with the exception of one "s--t." From her new album Love?, "I'm Into You" has a slight Caribbean flair that makes the generic club beat a good fit for a sultry summer day. The notorious Lil Wayne is the token rapper here, but he keeps the music appropriate for tweens and teens.

Is it any good?

JLo may not have the vocals of Christina Aguilera, but she can certainly carry a pop song that gets people on the dance floor. "I'm Into You" is the kind of song you'd expect to hear blaring from a convertible on a sunny day. Although the lyrics and vocals aren't groundbreaking, the overall effect is a contagious, Caribbean-pop dance beat that's sure to put everyone in the mood for a party.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about Lopez's role as a judge on American Idol. Does seeing her on that show make you want to buy her music? Do you think it's OK for her to promote her music career on or through the show?

  • It seems like it's customary to feature a rapper on pop songs these days. Why do you think artists do this? Do you think it's to sell more records or to appeal to a wider audience?

Music details

For kids who love to dance

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