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Jennifer Lopez flips the script on hip-hop music videos in 'I Luh Ya Papi'

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Pop singer Jennifer Lopez premiered the music video for "I Luh Ya Papi" on Thursday. In the glossy clip, Lopez flips the script on hip-hop videos by using scantily clad men as her props.

"I Luh Ya Papi" is Lopez's current single from her tenth studio album. She premiered the playful pop track featuring French Montana earlier this month. "I put it down for a brotha like you / Give it to you right in the car," Jennifer sings over a flurry of synths.

In the music video for "I Luh Ya Papi," Lopez employed famed hip-hop director Jessy Terrero. Instead of filming women in bikinis on boats, Terrero and Lopez decided to "objectify" men (as the actress-slash-singer put it).

The clip opens with a record executive throwing out corny video treatments. Lopez and her friends dream up a concept where women are the bosses with hunky male models as their props. They fully indulge themselves in the sea of men, gawking at the models and pulling on their swim trunks. She also busts a move in some hood chic outfits (including one reminiscent of the iconic 2000 Grammy Awards dress). J. Lo gives ladies and gay men something they can "luh" up in her hot video.

Lopez's tenth studio album is set to be released later this year on Capitol Records.

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