Unless your name happens to be Emme Maribel Muñiz or Maximilian David Muñiz, Jennifer Lopez is not your mama.
The singer drives that point home several times in the music video for her latest single, a clip from the rah-rah school of feminism that casts Lopez as a ’50s housewife, a put-upon Joan Holloway-esque secretary, a Rosie the Riveter figure, a rad ’80s businesswoman, and an angry, Howard Beale-channeling news anchor — who urges the rest of the Lopezes to rise up against their male oppressors.
Or at least to, you know, dance around and mess up their sh*t.
The song is expected to appear on Lopez’s upcoming ninth studio album, which doesn’t yet have a name or a release date. Check it out below.