After the triple-threat star gave fans a teaser of the song, J.Lo released the full music video for it Friday.
In the video, J.Lo struts around the Bronx in a baseball cap, jeans and a bubble jacket, returning to her roots in her native New York City.
To put the video together, the singer-actress actually strayed away from typical big budget video-making techniques.
Instead, many parts of the music video were shot guerilla style, with J.Lo and friends heading around the city, taping with their own cameras.
"I called my girlfriends and some photographer friends. We just grabbed a camera, jumped on the train, left the city, and ran around the Bronx," she said. "We found some interesting places that captured the essence of what it was like to live there and made me remember the simplicity of life I used to have there. The rest was real life."
As for why she decided to go that route, J.Lo said, "I like just being able to do things spontaneously, and not have everything so planned out. I understand why people like doing it, because it's fun, and it's creative and it's spontaneous, which is what art should be."
"This was probably the craziest thing I've done in my career of music and movies," she continued.
Check out the full video for "Same Girl" below!