Jennifer Lopez stopped by the Power 106 studio in Los Angeles last week to premiere her "I Luh Ya Papi" single featuring French Montana. Sharing her creative process with producer Detail, Lopez explained the song's deliberate hood delivery.
After dropping the Latina-lingo inspired track (and rocking out to it as it played), Frenchie surprised J. Lo by calling into the station. The two chatted about their South Bronx connection coming together for the record, as the rapper shared that the collaboration was a full-circle experience.