AceShowbiz - In late last month, Jennifer Lopez teased that she had a collaboration with French Montana coming soon. The much-anticipated song, entitled "Medicine", has finally made its way out through Apple Music's Beats 1 radio show. This is the third time the pair worked together, following their 2014 songs "I Luh Ya Papi" and "Same Girl".
Backed by horn-inflected melodies, Jenny warns someone not to think that they can use her as they please. "Think you need some medicine/ I can be your medicine, yeah," she sings on the dance track. "Think you need some medicine/ Give you a taste of what you give out." French, meanwhile, raps on his verse, "Shawty, you Heaven-sent, yeah, my medicine/ Movin' on up, George Jefferson."
The music video for "Medicine" will be released in the Sunday, April 7 episode of "World of Dance".
In an interview with Ebro on Beats 1 following the release of the song, Jenny discussed the upcoming music video for the song as well as how she would always feel the most at home when performing music. "That was my first love. That was where I felt the most alive. Still to this day, the place I feel most alive," she said. "As much as I enjoy doing everything that I do, the most love I feel is when I'm performing music in front of people. Fore me, that's where I feel the most at home."
Jenny is currently gearing up for her tour "It's My Party: The Live Celebration", which is a nod to mark the milestone of her turning 50 this year. According to press release, fans are promised "a nonstop party mix of Jennifer's new and classic anthems, showstopping choreography and dancers, dazzling wardrobe, jawdropping technology and set design, and all the glamor and wow-factor fans have come to expect of Jenny from the Block."
The tour kicks off with two shows on June 7 and 8 at the Forum in Inglewood, California and ends on July 26 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Tickets went on sale to general public starting from Friday, March 29.