Jennifer Lopez bakes a new dance hit, 'Fresh Out of the Oven'
First there was Garth Brooks and Chris Gaines, then Beyonce and Sasha Fierce. Now we have Jennifer Lopez and Lola.
J. Lo just released “Fresh Out of the Oven” under the name Lola. Her alter-ego performs the Neptunes-produced dance track with Pitbull. We don’t know anything about this Lola character other than she sounds like one slightly pushy, sexy dame. She certainly has the power to get Pitbull worked up with her innuendo. When did “cookie” become the new slang for sex? Do we have Steve Harvey and his best seller to thank for that?
Listen to the track here. Or in the embed below.
"This is a hot club record that the label loved and Jennifer thought was fun," Amanda Ghost, president of Epic Records tells PEOPLE. "Jennifer and Pitbull got together and the record leaked. Lola is a fun character just for this song.”
Although People.com says the song will not be on Lopez’s new January album, she does a good job of promoting her next project by spelling out its title, L-O-V-E, during the song.
At first J. Lo is giving us a dance tutorial and then it evolves into a fairly pedestrian dance track with a little interplay between Lopez and Pitbull.
Hear it here. Does it sound fresh baked to you or is it the same Jenny from the block?