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A.K.A. (Deluxe Edition) [Explicit]
 
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A.K.A. (Deluxe Edition) [Explicit]

16 Jun. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 17 Jun. 2014
  • Release Date: 16 Jun. 2014
  • Label: Capitol
  • Copyright: (C) 2014 Capitol Records, LLC
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  • Total Length: 52:14
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00KVNNMOW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,090 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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When it came to naming her new studio album, Jennifer Lopez pondered over multiple titles. Over the years she has assumed various names and guises, and has successfully dabbled in many musical genres. As such, it is only fitting that the rejuvenated pop diva switch hats once again, dropping her dancefloor diva persona of last album "Love?", and presenting an advanced version of her urban-pop, ghetto-glam style of her first albums. The result is varied and ambitious as ever, displaying her older latin-fused sound with a more contemporary electro-pop-dance vibe. Amidst sizzling beats, sumptuous melodies, and numerous guest turns, Jennifer with her inimitable swag marries together all of the musical sounds she has experimented with over the years, in a righteous, self-aware attempt to regain her once all-conquering chart status. Highlights include the title track, "First love", "Troubeaux" and "Same girl", each representing the album's versatile musical landscape. Most surprising are the softer moments, where rather unexpectedly she gets to soar. Songs like "So good", and "Let it be me", in particular, are brilliantly-crafted ballads, the kind that is not often found on pop albums. This is yet another exciting album for JLo who, 15 years on, remains relevant and popular, even if that is because of her legendary "Booty"! After all, "she's an expert-tease and you know it"!
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JLo has come back with an amazing R'n'B album! I don't think I found one bad song throughout the tracklist. This is definitely made for her fans!

So Good (one of my top favourites just love the summer vibe to it)
* First Love (definitely an amazing summer single)
* A.K.A (love the bridge and chorus)
* Booty (I didn't like this at first because of the title lol but it is a grower and the chorus is pretty catchy)
* Worry No More (probably my least favourite out of the rest but it is a good filler track)
* Expertease (a bonus track that should be on the normal tracklist the chorus is so catchy and I can see it a relaxing summer single)
* Tens (a bonus track that could be said to have that tongue in cheek feel to it. It is a filler track but it has a fun sound similar to Britney and Lady Gaga with the designer names part of the song)
* Let It Be Me (another one of my favourite tracks as it reminisces her earlier ballads with the Latin sound guitar rift. Love how she is experimenting with her soft voice in the last 30 second)
* Acting Like That (hopefully this becomes a single it is addictive especially the chorus and the beat in background. It adds a nice touch to the song)
* Same Girl (I so wish this song was promoted well but it was done for her fans rather than as a commercial single. It echoes JLo to the core - the sound, the beats, the lyrics, the chorus is just on top form for me.
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Once again Jennifer (J.Lo) Lopez appears to have fans and critics divided. Some are unhappy that Jennifer has ditched the pop/dance sound which seemed so successful on her previous album 'Love?' (and also the singles from her greatest hits record) in favour of more RnB/hip-hop music. Others are glad she's jumped off the band wagon and doing what she does best and indeed what she started off doing in the first place - after all she is Jenny from the Block.

The surprise here is that instead of collecting together 'hit singles' and padding out the rest of the album with filler (something she has been accused of in the past) the album feels enjoyably coherent, with songs which simmer and grow with each listen rather than slap you round the face at first and then get tired.

The biggest surprise has to be the ballad Let It Be Me - which in it's second half has J.Lo soaring into her upper register and sounding wonderful. You're left slightly perplexed as to where that voice has come from with thankfully no obvious sign of auto-tune assistance in sight.

So do the singles (I Luh Ya Papi & First Love) properly represent the rest of the record... well, not really which is why I can imagine the casual listener might be confused or even put off from buying the album. Of the two, I Luh Ya Papi is probably closest to the overall ''urban'' sound of the record but even that feels a little quirky/tongue-in-cheek whereas the remainder of the album takes itself rather more seriously.

Aside from Let It Be Me the other stand outs here have to be the catchy So Good and Never Satisfied (potentially a future single?) along with the deluxe edition tracks Tens, Troubeaux and Expertease. (maybe they shouldn't have been deluxe edition tracks J.Lo!!
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This album has had some bad press and even worse sales, I love it, upbeat tunes, Lopez's voice is on top form and the album flows, traditional J Lo with a hint of updated musical direction. A Jennifer Lopez fan must have, and if you're new to her music get the greatest hits and add this also.. I luv u papi is great.
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