Album: Yet to be titled (2019)
  • Jennifer Lopez fires out warnings to her potential suitor French Montana on this horn-tinged track.

    Don't go thinkin' you can use me
    It don't take too much, you could lose me
    Best believe I'm comin' true with a new ting
    Oh, you ain't been the only one

    Montana knows he must proceed with caution as J-Lo won't be messed about. She will give him a taste of his own medicine if he starts using her.
  • The song is the third collaboration between Jennifer Lopez and her fellow Bronxite French Montana. The duo previously connected on the A.K.A. tracks "Same Girl" and "I Luh Ya Papi."
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