It's all Bronx love on Jennifer Lopez's new track 'I Luh Ya Papi.' The stunning superstar enlists fellow Bronx native French Montana for the song, which is featured on her forthcoming 10th studio album.

The collabo premiered on Los Angeles radio station Power 106 today. The singer expresses her love for her boo.

"All day, 24 hours… If you wanna hear your name, I'll shout it," Jennifer sings defiantly. "I'm loving me some you / Started from the bottom, baby then we went roof."

French jumps in at the end, reciprocating the feelings for his true love. "I love ya mami / Shorty got me catching feelings…You can hate to love us / You can love to hate us," he raps.

According to Idolator, the actress-singer was spotted shooting the video for the sexy song in Miami not too long ago.

From the sounds of it, expect the 'American Idol' judge's new album to be very hip-hop heavy. Her track 'Girls,' produced by DJ Mustard, leaked earlier this year and she grabbed Tyga for the remix.

Listen to Jennifer Lopez's 'I Luh Ya Papi' Feat. French Montana