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REVIEW: Jennifer Lopez new single 'I Luh Ya PaPi' falls flat [LISTEN]



Jennifer Lopez isn't just judging on American Idol these days, she's also gearing up to release her eighth studio album. After dropping "Same Girl" in January, today (March 5), she released the lead single from her next record: "I Luh Ya PaPi," feat. French Montana.

Yeah. We know. That title...

Like many of Lopez's songs, "I Luh Ya PaPi" finds her in lyrically familiar territory. She's still that same ol' girl from the Bronx, she loves her man and, well, together her and her "PaPi" have been through it all together and she still luhs him.

It's all really very sweet.

Musically, the track is dreadfully repetitive, particularly the chorus which is literally just Lopez singing the song's title over and over again. It's a pretty weak title as is, but when heard several dozen times over the chorus of a few minutes, it gets even more deafening.

There's some sing-talking, some funky beats and a more R&B influence than her typical Latin flavor. It's not particularly impressive.

Listen to "I Luh Ya PaPi" below, via Just Jared:

"I Luh Ya PaPi" is the lead single from Jennifer Lopez's new album, which is reportedly due out sometime this year.

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