So, about J.Lo‘s shift from the dance floor to #SomethingMoreUrban…it’s the best thing that could have happened.

Ever since “I Luh Ya Papi” premiered last week, it’s become quite clear that the On The 6 Latina diva’s only just begun having her fun with her upcoming tenth studio album. And since the song’s such a cheeky lil’ bop (FORESHADOWING), shouldn’t it get a video treatment of the same nature?

You see, Jenny From The Block and her gaggle of galpals have gone ahead and switched the game on the rappers, international playboys and pervy crooners with their blurred lines, and cowgirl twerkers, cooking up a visual that appeals to their own senses instead.

Here now are just a few reasons why Jennifer Lopez’s “I Luh Ya Papi” video is amazing. Care to indulge?

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1.) Because it pays homage to The Dress. (The one with its own Wikipedia page, bitch.)

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2.) Because #Blessed.

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3.) Because she’s got these dudes up in here looking all shirtless and whatnot like some ’90’s video models, soaking down against a car like a bunch of Andrew Christian underwear models. (Actually, are they Andrew Christian underwear models?)

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4.) Because it’s cheeky. (DO YOU SEE WHAT I DID THERE?)

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5.) Because she does The #NaeNae, a viral dance that hasn’t been entirely done to death yet like the Harlem Shake, so it’s fine.

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6.) Because look at deez nails!

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7.) Be…cau…I…

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What.) Can’t…even….

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Huh. Sorry, what was the question again?

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OH, RIGHT.
Most importantly, the “I Luh Ya Papi” video is flawless because J.Lo remains flaw-free. Remember to luh ya papis, y’all.

“I Luh Ya Papi (feat. French Montana)” was released on March 11. (iTunes)