Jennifer Lopez hasn't announced a release date or a title for her next album, but the diva did reveal who else besides her 'I Luh Ya Papi' co-star French Montana features on the album. The guests are A-list, because of course they are.

"Definitely French Montana, Tyga, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, Robin Thicke, Maxwell," Lopez told VladTV about the artists she has worked with and her cast of supporting characters.

The singer, actress, 'American Idol' judge, designer and mother of twins did a song with rapper Future, but the status of that track is TBD.

"The track I did with Future, I don't know if it's gonna make the album," she said. "It was one of the first things that I did." Know what means? Special edition? Deluxe version? Reissue? The Future track could end up on one of those possible iterations. Or not.

J. Lo did acknowledge that she has been taking forever to complete the album, saying, "This is the first time I've ever taken this long to make an album, where it's over a year I've been working on it. And all the songs don't make the album, obviously."

She also reaffirmed working with the oft-troubled Chris Brown on songs, but that he won't actually appear on the album. His work was in the songwriting realm.

Come on, J. Lo. Finish that record, (same) girl!