I've never been a huge Jennifer fan but I fell in love with both 'Love Dont cost a thing' and 'Play' when I first heard them and decided to give the album a go. To be honest it's a mixture- some RnB, some latino and a few in-between, album fillers that dont do much. The album would be better if certain tracks were a bit more uptempo, since this is what J. Lo does best. Having said that, track 11- 'Secretly' is a soft, gentle and totally listenable chillout tune, it sounds far better when you have someone there (preferably of the opposite sex) to chill with. I also have to disagree with some of the critics who slated track 5- 'Ain't it funny', which I personally love. It's got such a great (if predictable) melody that makes you want to sing along. 'Walking on Sunshine' is probably the most diverse, with a more electronic sound that took me by surpirse since I didn't expect something like it on an album like this- its a new sound that J.Lo can do nicely. 'Play' is one of my favourites since it has buckets of attitude and just makes me want to dance all the time. Although some tracks are a bit samey, the good tracks are very good and I haven't worn them out yet, and I'm not sure that I ever will. If you love RnB and Latino you will probably really enjoy this since both are used to good effect.