Andrew Lipovsky

To celebrate Friday's release of their new song "Made for Now," Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee stopped by NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to debut it live.

The performance came Friday night, just hours after the song's arrival. And joined by a number of dancers, they turned the Tonight Show into quite a spectacle, with a roar of cheers from the studio audience.

The new song is Jackson's first since her 2015 album Unbreakable. And it comes as she has been busy on the festival circuit, recently headlining Essence Festival in New Orleans, Panorama in New York and Outside Lands in San Francisco.

In addition to those recent shows, Jackson is also scheduled to headline next month's Global Citizen Festival.

See the Tonight Show performance below.