J.Lo and Latto Bring the Heat for the “Can’t Get Enough” Music Video

Jennifer Lopez’s new era is fully under way.

On Monday, the superstar released a new music video for her latest single, “Can’t Get Enough,” featuring a new verse from rapper Latto. In the clip, Lopez ditches a press conference to strut down a city street with a crew of dancers while professing her adoration for a new lover. Lopez teased the new remix on Instagram the day before, sharing footage from inside the recording studio with Latto.

“Too good to be true…#CantGetEnough Feat. @latto777 out MIDNIGHT,” J.Lo wrote alongside the candid clip.

This isn’t the first visual fans have seen for Lopez’s latest song, however. The star released a music video for the track earlier this month—a choreographed clip pulled from her upcoming Prime Video musical feature, This Is Me … Now: A Love Story. The production is being described as a “genre-redefining immersive cinematic experience” that will showcase songs from the album of the same name. This Is Me … Now is the singer’s first full-length album in almost a decade, and according to the artist herself, is heavily inspired by her real-life love story with husband Ben Affleck.

“We captured me at this moment in time when I was reunited with the love of my life, and we decided we were going to be together forever. The whole message of the album, then, is: This love exists. This is a real love,” Lopez said in an interview with Zane Lowe in November 2022, per The Hollywood Reporter. “Now I think what the message of the album is very much—if you were wondering if you have, like me at times, lost hope, almost given up: Don’t. Because true love does exist, and some things do last forever, and that’s real.”

This Is Me … Now and This Is Me … Now: A Love Story will both be out Friday, February 16, 2024.

Bianca Betancourt is the culture editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com, where she covers all things film, TV, music, and more. When she’s not writing, she loves impulsively baking a batch of cookies, re-listening to the same early-2000s pop playlist, and stalking Mariah Carey’s Twitter feed.