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J to tha L-O! The Remixes

J to tha L-O! The Remixes
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J to tha L-O! The Remixes

4 months ago at Mar 14 19:03
Despite what you might believe, Jennifer Lopez’s voice was never the thing that launched her brief foray as a pop diva. Pop music is dependent upon a personality, which she had, and a look, she was the antithesis to the skinny bleached blonde pop girls. That’s how La Lopez got the number one movie and album at the same time. She was a Bronx girl made good, and she made good with fat beats, bub... read more
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Description: Unlike most single-artist remix albums, J to tha L-O! actually has a purpose beyond raking in cash from fans. The best of these cuts brings much-needed weight to the often-weak writing, vocals, and production that mar Jennifer Lopez's two previous multiplatinum albums. The prize, of course, is her duet with Ja Rule on "I'm Real," but the other highlights (a Rodney Jerkins reworking of his own "If You Had My Love," P. Diddy's "Feelin' So Good") follow along similar hip-hop/R&B lines. Her stabs at street cred aren't always as successful; the 12-letter curse she employs on the Sack International Re ... (more)
Manufacturer: Sony
Release date: 5 February 2002
EAN: 0696998639928 UPC: 696998639928
Tags: Trance (1), House (1), Pop Rap (1), Hip Hop (1), (1), Electronic (1)
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J to tha L-O! The Remixes

“Despite what you might believe, Jennifer Lopez’s voice was never the thing that launched her brief foray as a pop diva. Pop music is dependent upon a personality, which she had, and a look, she was the antithesis to the skinny bleached blonde pop girls. That’s how La Lopez got the number one movie and album at the same time. She was a Bronx girl made good, and she made good with fat beats, bubblegum hooks, and guest spots from of-the-moment rappers.   Charm will get you anywhere and everywhere in pop music. And she has the type that lends itself easily to heavily produced dance-fluff. For some odd reason, J. Lo made a play for one of Mariah Carey’s trademarks: take your biggest hits, remix them entirely as rap-friendly pop/dance songs, and dominate the pop charts with them again. ” read more

Queen of Horror added this to a list 7 months, 3 weeks ago
2002: My Favorite Albums (29 music items)

"Favorite Song: Ain't It Funny"


sahe rated this 8/10 2 years, 1 month ago

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