Jennifer Lopez and Latto Strut in Stilettos in the Sultry Music Video for 'Can't Get Enough (Remix)': Watch!

The pop superstar teamed up with the hip-hop star for a remix of her 'This Is Me... Now' track "Can't Get Enough" and dropped a new music video on Monday

The only things Jennifer Lopez can’t get enough of are love and red-hot music videos!

Several weeks after J. Lo, 54, dropped the single “Can’t Get Enough” and its accompanying music video, the pop superstar has teamed up with Latto for a remix and a second visual to go along with it.

Created by Lopez and director Tanu Muiño, the new video, which premiered on Monday, opens to the singer/actress being bombarded by a group of reporters who are asking questions like, “What are you chasing?” and “What’s it all about?” After one asks, “Jennifer, what really matters to you?” she has a simple, one-word answer for them: “Love.”

The video then finds her lounging in bed and fiercely strutting through the street in a corseted ensemble, inevitably making a handful of men do a double take. As she breaks into sultry choreography and is romanced on luxurious dates, it’s as if she’s living out her fantasies of feeling irresistible and in a world where love reigns supreme.

<p>Jennifer Lopez/YouTube</p> Latto and Jennifer Lopez in the "Can't Get Enough (Remix)" music video

Jennifer Lopez/YouTube

Latto and Jennifer Lopez in the "Can't Get Enough (Remix)" music video

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Latto, 25, also makes an appearance in the new video. During her verse, the two hitmakers dance alongside each other while wearing coordinated ruby red looks, with the “Big Energy” artist dressed in a patent leather coat, bra top and tights and J. Lo styled in a fur coat, sheer top and mini skirt.

On the new version of the This Is Me… Now single, the hip-hop star’s featured verse emphasizes the song’s romantic themes. She raps, “Call the doctor, I don't see nobody but you / Do I still love you? Baby, is the sky blue? / Spoil a bitch down and he faithful to me too.”

Before the remix was released on Friday, the “On the Floor” singer teased it by sharing an adorable video of her and the “Lottery” artist together in the studio on Instagram. While singing along to the lyrics in the video, Latto sweetly puts her head on Lopez’s shoulder and emphasized her excitement over the collaboration by yelling the words, “Is this real life?”

<p>Jennifer Lopez/YouTube</p> Latto and Jennifer Lopez in the "Can't Get Enough (Remix)" music video

Jennifer Lopez/YouTube

Latto and Jennifer Lopez in the "Can't Get Enough (Remix)" music video

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Latto has collaborated with a handful of A-listers in recent months. Aside from Lopez, the rapper joined Quavo on the remix of Janelle Monáe’s "Champagne S--- (Remix),” Jungkook of BTS on “Seven,” Cardi B on her own hit "Put It on da Floor” and many others.

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“Can’t Get Enough” first dropped on Jan. 10 and marked the first single to arrive from her forthcoming ninth studio album, due out Feb. 16.

The original music video for the track saw her getting married to a series of revolving grooms.

<p>Courtesy of Nuyorican and BMG</p> "Can't Get Enough (Remix)" single artwork

Courtesy of Nuyorican and BMG

"Can't Get Enough (Remix)" single artwork

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When the video dropped, she opened up to fans in a live stream about how the track came together. "I love a love song, but I need something — and I kept saying this to [the co-writers] — that I can perform," she said. "So when we first heard this song, everyone just knew that this was the one to launch This Is Me… Now. It has an energy, it has a happiness to it, and you feel it all."

This Is Me… Now is the first full-length LP from the Grammy-nominated artist in a decade and acts as a follow up to 2002’s This Is Me… Then.

Upon the project’s release, a visual album will also hit streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The film, directed by Dave Meyers, will serve as “an introspective retrospective of Jennifer’s resilient heart” and has been described as a “narrative-driven cinematic odyssey, steeped in mythological storytelling and personal healing,” according to the official synopsis.

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