Jennifer Lopez "Objectifies Men" And Wears Throwback Wardrobe In New Video For 'I Luh Ya Papi'

15/03/2014 21:01 | Updated 20 May 2015

After watching Jennifer Lopez's new music video for 'I Luh Ya Papi', we couldn't help but think the wardrobe looked rather familiar. That, and the fact that it featured a heck of a lot of topless models.

J-Lo told E! News of the first video from her 10th album: "It's a lot of fun. The girls are going to love it. I kind of flip the script on what men have been doing to us in videos for years."

That script being male singers performing while surrounded by scantily clad girls. So, in the opening scene of the video we see a tongue in cheek discussion where J-Lo and two gal pals convince her rep to create a video that objectifies men "for once".

What ensues are scenes featuring plenty of familiar hip hop locations - J-Lo sings poolside, on a yacht and in plush hotel rooms filled with some very oiled-up men. And all the while, sporting outfits that give a serious flashback to her early videos.

Our favourite being a slit-to-the-belly button palm-print jumpsuit which is a doppelganger for the famous Versace number she wore to the Grammys in 2000. There's also plenty of retro double denim, gold hoops, reflective shades and lots of all-white looks. Yup, she's still Jenny from the block.

New concept, same signature style - we like it, J-Lo.

See more of J-Lo's best looks below.

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