Playing a younger version of her mom, Emme Maribel Muniz is seen in the video struggling to climb a mountain with the weather going crazy.
It looks like Emme Maribel Muniz is going to follow in her mom Jennifer Lopez’s impressive footsteps. As the 10-year-old is working hard to publish her own children’s book, she makes her music video debut by starring in her singer mother’s visuals for “Limitless” which was released on Thursday, December 20.
Directed by Jenny herself, the video features Emme playing a younger version of the Bronx diva. The pair jointly face hardship and struggle to get through life. One scene shows them wearing the same ill-fitting, baggy suit as they try to climb a mountain with the weather going crazy. There’s also a scene of them opting a red suit and futuristic glasses while being joined by other powerful ladies as Jenny sings the empowering track.
“I told myself I had to be a different someone/ In order to win at a war I had already won,” she rhymes. “Yeah, I’d given up on the saying, ‘I’ll never give up’/ But look at me now/ Yeah look at me, I’m limitless.” The video ends with both Jenny and Emme reaching the top of the mountain, with the latter catching a leaf that has her mom’s face on it.
Talking about directing the music video during her appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”, Jenny revealed that she was blown away by her daughter’s performance. Explaining how she worried Emme would give up halfway through, she told host Jimmy Fallon, “She was so amazing and I was so proud. I forgot that I was directing my first video. It was all about her.”
“When you see the video, it’s so empowering just to see her doing this, but, like, for [all] women,” the “World of Dance” judge continued. “And it was great to share with her. Doing that, we really bonded.”
“Limitless” serves as the soundtrack to her upcoming movie “Second Act” which is scheduled to hit theaters across the nation on December 21.
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