A fresh material from Jennifer Lopez called "Fresh Out of the Oven" has made its round. Having rapper Pitbull on the hook, the track is produced by The Neptunes and contains up-tempo jams which allow people to dance.
"Definitely something very, very sexy," Pitbull offered his comment to MTV about the duet song back in September. "Produced by Pharrell [Williams], look out for it. It's kind of like eyes wide shut."
When the track came out, rumor suggested it would be included in J-Lo's upcoming studio album tentatively titled "Love?". There was also speculation that she would launch her alter ego, Lola. However, both reports were turned down by her camp.
"This is a hot club record that the label loved and Jennifer thought was fun," Amanda Ghost, president of Epic Records explained to People. "Jennifer and Pitbull got together and the record leaked. Lola is a fun character just for this song." A source close to the singer emphasized, "Lola is just for this song, it's not her ongoing persona. It's something fun. She hasn't become Sasha Fierce [Beyonce Knowles' artistic alter ego]. There won't be anything to do with Lola on her 'Love?' album."
"Fresh Out the Oven" can be listened on a newly-launched MySpace account by the name Lola.