By Marissa G. Muller
Jenny from the Block is back, if only for one new song.
Joe pops off the Rico Love-produced track with a verse about models, cigars and Versace before Lopez comes in on the chorus singing about ordering bottles in the club.
Fat Joe, who’s admittedly never been a particularly stylish guy, later proves his fashion knowledge shouldn’t be underestimated, dropping a verse that namechecks Alexander McQueen, Balmain and Kanye West’s Red Octobers within a few lines. With that kind of lifestyle, we wouldn’t be stressed either.
The celebratory song comes only a couple of months after Lopez released her A.K.A. album.
Back in May, Lopez told us, “When you’re working on an album, you take a journey where all these things happen. We had our Mustard moment, then we had our Diplo moment, then we had our Max Martin moment [laughs]. There was our Harmony moment that was different. You get in there and you explore with them and see what comes out of it. I was lucky enough to work with pretty much everybody that I wanted to work with on this album.”
It’s possible that the track was leftover from one of those sessions. It’s also possible that it will appear on an upcoming release from Fat Joe.