The ‘Booty’ hitmaker performs her new Spanish-language song featuring Cuban reggaeton group Gente de Zona.
Jennifer Lopez debuted her new Spanish-language song “Ni Tu Ni Yo” during a special pre-taped performance airing in Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks show on Tuesday, July 4. In a video captured by a fan, the “Booty” hitmaker performed alongside Cuban reggaeton group Gente de Zona.
Wearing a black turtleneck long dress with super high slits, J.Lo sounded a bit aggressive during her performance for “Ni Tu Ni Yo”, a fiery banger with a chorus that rolls off the tongue.
During an interview with Extra prior to her show, J.Lo hinted that “Ni Tu Ni Yo” was about her new boyfriend Alex Rodriguez.
She explained, “The song is really about when love takes you by surprise – ‘Ni Tu Ni Yo,’ ‘Not You, Not Me’ really expected this to happen, you know? That’s what it’s about, it’s one of those things that when love comes, it just comes, it doesn’t announce itself, and then it just takes over – ha! – you know what I mean? That’s what the song is about, which is why I love it so much.”