The song boasts a grinding beat of synths and crisp drums, intercut with the occasional acoustic guitar lick. Lopez pays homage to the mighty dollar in English and Spanish. "Me and Benjamín Franco stay at the banco/ Getting checks like Nike, everywhere that I go."
DJ Khaled peppers "Dinero" with his classic ad libs while Cardi B continues her hot streak with another relentless verse, spitting, "I need my money, yo necesito/ I told y’all, I'm trap Selena/ I'll back hand a bitch like Serena."
Lopez is set to perform "Dinero" live for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, May 20th. The track marks the pop star's third new song of 2018, following "El Anillo" and "Se Acabó El Amor," featuring Abraham Mateo and Yandel.