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International icon, Jennifer Lopez is an actress, entertainer, recording artist, film & TV producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Lopez has sold over 55 million records worldwide and has starred in multiple # 1 box office films including The Wedding Planner and Monster-In-Law. 2011 is a milestone year in her lustrous career. The juggernaut TV series American Idol ... Read more in Amazon's Jennifer Lopez Store

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  • Audio CD (28 Feb 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B0006PPUMC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,264 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Get Right
2. Whatever You Wanna Do
3. I Love
4. He'll Be Back
5. Focus
6. Step Into My World
7. I've Got You
8. This Is Me
9. Hold You Down feat. Fat Joe
10. Still Around
11. Ride Or Die
12. Cherry Pie

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Ditching the "J-Lo" tag, Jennifer Lopez gets back to basics with this, her fourth studio album and follow-up to 2002's 'This Is Me... Then'. A slickly-produced set of dance-pop and soulful ballads, it features contributions from the likes of Timbaland, Rodney Jerkins, salsa megastar Marc Anthony - Lopez's husband - and Outkast's Big Boi. Includes the single 'Get Right'.

BBC Review

Odd voice,the Lopez squeak. It's sort of reedy and thin and breathless; she always sounds a bit too worried and self-conscious to really lose herself in the music. There are bits in every J-Lo song where her less-than-convinced tone of voice can actually transport the listener to the recording studio, and a vision of the confused expression on her face, trying to make what's on the lyric sheet work in her mouth.

Having said that, whoever decided that Jen should follow in Beyonce's massive funky footsteps with older-than-old-skool brass workouts like "Get Right" and "Whatever You Wanna Do" has earned their bling bonus for the financial year. And the sonic variety doesn't end there. "I Got U" is summery '70s soul, "Cherry Pie" is Prince meets NERD, and "(Can't Believe) This Is Me" could come straight out of a dramatic heartbreak moment in a Broadway musical (no, really!).

And "Step Into My World" deserves a special mention for being equal parts Timbaland log-drums, belly-dance poise and gasping harmonies that suit her voice down to the ground.

Nice work, Ma'am!

Review courtesy of Top of the Pops --Jack Smith

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Phill Jacob Rogers on 25 Feb 2005
Format: Audio CD
Definitely a change in style for J Lo and in my opinion the best album she has done to date. All of the tracks are strong (some more than others) and all are up-tempo. There are basically no slow ballads which is quite a refreshing change. I have summarised each track as follows-
1. 9 out of 10. Currently number one in the UK. This is an excellent track and also a good indication of what to expect from the album.
2. 7 out of 10. A good song, not as strong as the previous and not too catchy. I was impressed by her voice and the style of her singing with this song.
3. 4 out of 10. Big disappointment. When I saw it was featuring Fat Joe I expected a track in the style of the "J to Tha Lo mixes".....this is strange. Quite why Fat Joe is present is a mystery. Why he sings is even more a mystery. This could have been a good song if it was not marred by the presence of Fat Joe.
4. 8 out of 10. At first this song sounds strange. It has a 70's vibe about it and you start to wonder if it's going to be a dreadful track. However, she pulls it off and it works. Quite a funky track.
5. 10 out of 10. Very different style. Very pop-rock. It's one of those catchy songs you can picture yourself listening to whilst driving the car in summer. Excellent.
6. 6 out of 10. This is a good song, very J-Lo. It's an up tempo love song but didn't quite do anything for me.
7. 7 out of 10. Another up tempo love song but is instantly likable from the start. Very good.
8. 9 out of 10. Excellent song, very funky and very likable.
9. 7 out of 10. Like track 6, this is another up-tempo love song that is good but nothing special. Not one I would skip to if I wanted to listen to one song of the album.
10. 8 out of 10. At first I was not impressed.
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Format: Audio CD
A track by track appraisal of J.Lo's 4th studio album (both LP & CD reviewed). 'Get Right' starts the album strongly with a powerful sax riff & heavy rhythm intertwined with soft acoustic guitar & stacks of vocals. (9) 'Step Into My World' is certainly okay via a slow heavy laden rhythm with Jennifer in fine voice mixed in with plenty of vocals as she takes us panting into her dream world. (8) 'Hold You Down' featuring Fat Joe is a gentle but fairly non-descript ballad intertwined with some rap. Surprisingly the second single lifted but the worst track on the album. (6) 'Whatever You Wanna Do' as Jennifer funks it out with a heavy 70s sound but doesn't do again much for this listener. (6½) 'Cherry Pie' even if not particularly strong lifts things up a bit with an attractive disco beat & a catchy chorus. (8) 'I Got U' is a smooth pleasant number with Jennifer in an emotional & dramatic latino style setting as an acoustic guitar rattles away in the background. (8) 'Still Around' is a bit too lovey dovey & emotional (the opening track of side two on the LP). (6½) 'Ryde Or Die' is a more progressive fare as Jennifer wails over the steady vocal backdrop & a ricocheting beat as it snakes along - a fine affair & try and follow this "I ride for you 'cause you're the truth". (9) 'I, Love' is the track that impresses the most so far & a clever idea with the chorus "I" followed by "Love". Simple but effective (Rooney is one of the co-writers of this...others being T.Kelley & B. Robinson) "I love you more than you'll ever know". (9½) 'He'll Be Back' is another gem with that female chorus over a minimal shifting backing & an oriental slant. This one's written by a completely different crew in W.Millsap, C.Nelson, T.Read more ›
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By AyJay TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Oct 2007
Format: Audio CD
Well, Ms Lopez has almost made it to the top with 'Rebirth'. A little more attitude & a few less 'fillers' and it could have made it to the heights of 'J.lo' and 'J To Tha L-O'.
But as it stands now millions of fans will be heaving sighs of relief that Jennifer is starting to look back at what made her a success in the first place.

Get Right - #1 hit. The music is great, and the lyrics are catchy. But I must admit you can hear Jennifer struggle with her vocals, trying to stretch herself too far. 9/10

Step Into My World - This is the style that suits her best. I think this is a little boring but that's just me. A smooth little number. 8/10

Hold You Down - Again sticking with the chilled urban sound. She has good vocals when she stays with what suits her. Featuring Fat Joe. 10/10

Whatever You Wanna Do - A weaker version of 'Get Right'. Again Jennifer struggles with her vocals over the music. But the song itself is catchy and very danceable. 8/10

Cherry Pie - Another dance track in the vein of GR and WYWD. Childish effort was my first thought. The highlight is when she shouts "I can be your cherry pie, and you can be my cream on top" at the end. Tee-hee. Childish but fun. 8/10

I Got U - Average track. Average vocals and average music. I can't actually remember too much about it. Sounds like an escapee from 'This Is Me...Then'. 6/10

Still Around - Another average track. Another possible escapee from 'This Is Me...Then'. Total filler. 5/10

Ryde or Die - Please release this fantastic Brandy cast-off as a single. My favourite track. Jennifer - You know how good you make urban sound!!! 10/10

I, Love - My other choice for a single. A mellow RnB number.
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