After months of teasing, Jennifer Lopez has finally revealed "Dinero," her much-awaited new single and collaboration with Cardi B and DJ Khaled.
On Thursday, May 17, the 48-year-old dropped the audio-only video on YouTube. Fans can also now stream the dual-language track from Spotify and Apple Music or purchase a digital copy from iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon.
Jennifer Lopez Debuts 'Dinero'
It has not been long since the singer/actress/dancer has released new music. In February, she dropped "Us," her collaboration with Skrillex and Poo Bear. She also released "El Anillo," which translates to "The Ring," last April.
However, fans have been anticipating the release of "Dinero" for months now. Lopez first performed the track, which is expected to be included in her still-untitled next album, earlier this year at the Calibash mega concert in Los Angeles.
She also confirmed that she has collaborated with Cardi B in an interview with Latina in February.
Now that "Dinero" is here, fans are freaking out because the song is as epic as everyone hoped it would be.
New @JLo song FIRE — Bebe Rexha (@BebeRexha) May 17, 2018
"Dinero," which translates to "money" or "wealth," is about a woman, Lopez, bragging about earning her own money.
"I just want the green, want the money, want the cash flow," she sings. "yo quiero dinero."
In a way, the song is reminiscent of her 2002 hit "Jenny From The Block," noted Vogue.
Meanwhile, Cardi B serves the epic interlude.
"Two bad bitches that came from the Bronx/Cardi from the pole and Jenny from the block," she raps.
DJ Khaled is the two women's hype man. He shouts "mo money" and "another one."
"Dinero" was released a few days before Lopez is set to appear and perform at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards. The event will take place on Sunday, May 20, in Las Vegas.
Jennifer Lopez Engagement
While the singer has been prepping for the release of her next album, rumors have it that she is also about to take the next big step in her relationship with Alex Rodriguez. The celebrity couple celebrated one year of dating this year, and many assume that an engagement announcement is coming.
Lopez's fellow World of Dance judge, Ne-Yo, said that the two certainly seem like they are ready to take the next step.
"If you've ever seen the two of them together, it's pretty much the next step. They're, like, annoyingly cute," he told Entertainment Tonight. "Like, stop touching each other."
Jenna Dewan, who also appears on the show, thinks that the engagement will happen.