Jennifer Lopez 'Booty' artwork
Jennifer Lopez showcased her famous derriere in the single artwork for her latest track, BootyInstagram

Jennifer Lopez inspired the craze for a large derrière in hundreds of women around the world and now she has showcased her famous asset in all its glory for her new single.

The 45-year-old mother of two made her curves the main focus of the artwork for her new track, Booty, taken by photographers Steven Gomillion and Dennis Leupold, which she recently shared on her Instagram account.

The new song is from her eighth studio album, A.K.A, and it pays tribute to her pert behind.

The risque black-and-white sleeve depicts the singer wearing a revealing swimsuit and looking back sultrily with smoky eyes and a slicked back ponytail.

The backless ensemble only covers a small section of the Latina star's behind showing off her enviable figure to perfection.

The I Luh Ya Papi singer, who has led to some women requesting a "J-Lo-esque-booty" at plastic surgery clinics, wrote alongside the picture: "#bootyfromtheblock #bootyandthebeat #naturalbooty #bootybootybootybootybootyeverywhere #jlobooty #LOL".

A video for the dance anthem is yet to be released but the star showcased a short teaser last month that sees her twerking in a crop top and tight trousers.

Although the song seems raunchy, the former American Idol judge revealed she penned the track for her five-year-old twins, Max and Emme.

She explained during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in April: "There's a song called Big Booty on the album. It's a Diplo track. At first I said: 'Never in my life will I do a song called Big Booty.'

"But then I was in the car with my twins and as soon as they heard Big Booty, they went crazy. They loved this song and because of that I recorded it."

Nicki Minaj also revealed raunchy artwork on social media in July. However, the image depicting the rapper showing off her behind in a G-string attracted criticism for being considered X-rated and a plethora of hilarious spoof covers circulated on the internet soon after.