Jennifer Lopez has unveiled the music video for her latest single Ain’t Your Mama and she’s tackling sexism head on.
Featuring Jennifer in various guises across the decades, Ain’t Your Mama finds the star calling out to women to get angry about the current state of inequality across the world. The video pays homage to the classic 1976 movie Network and features audio clips from Hillary Clinton and Patricia Arquette’s stirring speeches on women’s rights.
Ain’t Your Mama was written by Meghan Trainor, Lukasz Gottwald, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Henry Walter, Theron Thomas and Gamal Lewis. The track as produced by Cirkut and Dr. Luke.
Jennifer is expected to release a new album this year through Epic Records, the label she returned to following two albums released through Universal Music.
Watch the powerful video for Ain’t Your Mama below: