Music video by Jennifer Lopez ft. French Montana performing I Luh Ya Papi. The latest release off her upcoming eighth studio album (2014). Featuring guest vocals from American rapper French Montana, the song was released on March 11, 2014 as the lead single from the album through 2101 Records and Capitol Records. The song was co-written by Lopez, Andre Proctor, Karim Kharbouch and Noel "Detail" Fisher, the latter of which also handled the song's production. Musically, "I Luh Ya Papi" is hip hop and synthpop song, backed with synths and metallic beats, that lyrically contains innuendoes and references to Lopez's body. "I Luh Ya Papi" received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised the song itself, but criticized its title. The song's accompanying music video was shot by director Jessy Terrero, a previous collaborator of Lopez's. The video was filmed in Miami, Florida and depicts her in fantasy, following a concept of Lopez objectifying males. The video was met with positive reviews from critics for confronting music industry sexism. The single was promoted with a performance on season thirteen of American Idol, where Lopez also serves as a judge. Montana joined Lopez on stage for the performance which also featured appearances from previous season contestants Jessica Sanchez, Allison Iraheta and Pia Toscano.