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J. Lo Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (July 24 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B00005N83M
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 374 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,242 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Love Don't Cost A Thing
2. I'm Real
3. Play
4. Walking On Sunshine
5. Ain't It Funny
6. Carino
7. Come Over
8. We Gotta Talk
9. That's Not Me
10. Dance With Me
11. Secretly
12. I'm Gonna Be Alright
13. That's The Way
14. Dame (Touch Me)
15. Si Yo Se Acabo
16. I'm Real (Murder Remix)

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Product Description

Japanese edition of the diva's sophmore album which debutedon The Billboard 200 at #1. 16 tracks including The Billboard Hot 100 Top Ten single 'Love Don't Cost A Thing' along with the Japanese bonus track, 'I'm Waiting' which is exclusive to this pressing.


Like Will Smith, Jennifer Lopez has entered the singing-dancing-acting zone of the bona fide superstar and has developed an ego to match her talents. J. Lo, the follow-up to her multiplatinum 1999 debut On the 6, makes little attempt to tinker with the Latina-soul formula that record patented, employing an army of coproducers and writers (including partner Puffy) to assemble a slick 15-track affair. If anything, Lopez's sound is safe, even retro, with some tracks looking back to the 1980s--particularly the Michael Jackson-influenced "I'm Real" and the funky, impressive "Play." Her Puerto Rican background comes to the fore on a handful of Spanish numbers, notably "Cariño," which samples Cuban percussionist Mongo Santamaria's "Sofrito" to impressive effect. It goes badly wrong on the "La Isla Bonita" soundalike "Ain't It Funny," which merely serves to reinforce the impression that Lopez is happy to settle for being the Latina Madonna. --Mike Pattenden --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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By A Customer on June 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
Love Don't Cost A Thing - One of the best tracks of the album, love the beat and the lyric is good too! (5/5)
I'm Real - The videoclip is very good, too bad the dancebreak isn't included in the mp3. (4/5)
Play - First I didn't like this song, but now I do. However, it is't J.Lo's best song! (3,5/5)
Walking On Sunshine - Good summer song! Nothing to say about it (3,5/4)
Ain't It Funny - The BEST track of the whole album. The lyric, music, voice..everything is good! (5/5)
Cariño - Catchy song, love the beat! (4/5)
Come Over - I don't prefer this song. It's boring..(3/5)
We Gotta Talk - I love this song! But the album has better ones. (3,5/5)
That's Not Me - Her voice is GREAT here. I also like the lyric (4,5/5)
Dance With Me - I don't prefer this song, there are better dance songs! (3/5)
I'm Gonna Be Alright - Good song, but the trackmasters remixes with 50 and Nas are better (4,5/5)
Secretly - The worst track on the album! (1,5/5)
That's The Way - Good song :)..one of my favourites! (4/5)
Dame - Love her latin songs! (4,5/5)
Si Ya Se Acabo - See above (4,5/5)
I'm Real (Murder Remix) - Next to AIF this song is also the BEST ! (5/5)
However not all the songs are 5 stars I give the whole album 5 stars :)! It's her best ever!
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Two years after her lackluster debut, Jennifer Lopez, now known as the street-smart J Lo, released her sophomore album, the aptly titled "J Lo". 2001, the year that this was released, seemed to be the year when every artist was trying to get street-cred and enlisted the help of many rappers to do so. Of course, J Lo was no exception. Once again, J Lo had a hand in writing a few of the tracks and enlisted the help of some of the same writers as before (notably, P Diddy and Mario Winans). The main difference between this album and her debut is that "J Lo" has more upbeat tracks whereas "On The 6" had more ballads. Otherwise, they're virtually interchangeable.
"J Lo" starts off with possibly her biggest hit, "Love Don't Cost A Thing" which actually has a decent message. In this song, J Lo tries to tell her man that "all that matters is that you treat me right, give me all the things I need that money can't buy". In other words, he's trying to buy her love, which he already has, and what she needs is to spend time with him. The major downside to this song is the mediocre lyrics and almost excessive amounts of slang. However, unlike on her debut, the bridge of the song is lyrically the high point even though vocally it is not much different. Subsequently, come two of J Lo's other singles, "I'm Real" and "Play". "I'm Real" has an extremely clichéd theme and decent lyrics. It is actually one of the better songs of this theme though it does have some unaccredited rapper (I think it's P Diddy but I'm not sure) muttering phrases in the background. "Play" was co-written by pop singer Christina Milian. This song has little to offer in the way either vocals or lyrics but it is a decent enough dance song.
Next comes one of the most irritating tracks, "Walking On Sunshine".
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Jennifer Lopez's sophomore album came out two years after her less-then-stellar debut. In 2001, when this album was released, many artists seemed to be collaborating with rappers or just generally making their music more hip-hop. Many artists seemed to be attempting to gain "street cred" in order to seem cool although in many cases they were better off doing something more original. Of course, as this big trend hit, so did Jennifer's newest album as well as her new personality the supposedly "real" and independent J. Lo. So, this album is filled with tracks trying to gain "street cred" as well as a couple of Spanish tracks to compliment J Lo's heritage. Generally, J Lo makes songs that have a lot of style but little substance. This CD is slightly better however since it has several songs with good messages.
Love Don't Cost A Thing-Although this track has a good message (that money can't buy you love), the lyrics and vocals leave a lot to be desired. The lyrics do a good job of getting the message across but they use a fair amount of slang making it a little hard to understand. The vocals are slightly better then usual on J Lo's fast tracks but they could still be improved. The presence of the background singers is too obvious especially in the chorus. The bridge is the strongest part of the song. 4/5
I'm Real- Generally, I dislike the "I'm real, all this fame and money hasn't affected me" style of song. This one is actually one of the better ones. The lyrics are slightly better in this song but still not great. We also have P Diddy muttering "She's a bad bad b**ch" in the background, a vain attempt to gain street cred. The end of this song gets very repetitive since the chorus is sung over and over in the exact same way.
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Jennifer Lopez - She's simply 'Outstanding' and amazing Singer that I admire. I'd heard her quite few songs earlier 'Waiting for tonight', 'If you had my love'etc but the moment I saw her Channel V 'Stage Show' on a cool Sunday - My God, she's got the inner zeal and I soon got fond of listening to all her songs. Love Don't Cost a Thing has been her hit similar to Waiting for Tonight but three tracks I love most here is 'I'm Real' featuring Ja Rule, Ain't it Funny and Play. All three tracks has great lyrical rythm and has great beats. The spanish number 'Carino' one couldn't understand but has simply the sweet and soft J.Lo touch-more better listening if you ever saw her Stage show singing the song as she pours out her soul singing in her white outfit. I'm gonna be Alright has the beat but not too catchy. J.Lo has the swift moves and poise on the stage and her voice is so confident that she makes an impression long lasting. She's incredibly unbelievable - I wouldn't label her as so sexy but yeah, Jennifer Lopez makes one 'awe-struck' when she dance and sings on Stage. Great Singer & That's Simply 'Outstanding J.Lo.
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