- Audio CD (2 May 2011)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Virgin EMI
- ASIN: B0042RUMH8
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,764 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Seventh studio album by the American R&B singer, which includes the #1 single 'On the Floor' (featuring Pitbull) and 'I'm Into You' (featuring Lil Wayne).
More than many, more-fêted stars, Jennifer Lopez seems emblematic of 00s pop: slick, blinged-up, powerful and ambitious enough to overcome such peasantish problems as a lack of innate aptitude for the form. And, for a while, her attitude worked to superb effect: she's the quintessential "more great songs than you initially assume" artist, with Love Don't Cost a Thing, Whatever You Wanna Do, If You Had My Love and – best of all – the Murder remixes of Ain't It Funny and I'm Real all high-water marks. But even her most passionate defenders couldn't have expected her to be relevant in 2011, with her most recent material seeming to indicate a decline of interest on both the public's part and her own.
Yet this year has found Lopez reclaiming number one spots worldwide – thanks in no small part to her latest iteration as all-caring, all-crying judge on American Idol. And so to the eventual emergence of Love?, an album that's undergone the tortuous gestation seemingly now de rigueur for any pop star beneath the Beyoncé level. In that time, Lopez has clearly been taking copious notes on her rivals. From RedOne to The-Dream, she has hired across the spectrum of this era's pop producers du jour, and much of Love? finds her slipping discreetly into others' lanes: Good Hit mimics Ciara's kittenish sneer, Invading My Mind features the same combination of heavy, dubstep-influenced basslines and bubblegum-light melody as found on Britney Spears' latest album, and Hypnotico not only nods to Gagaist electro but is co-penned by the lady herself.
The same quality is both Lopez's strength and weakness. She possesses both a lightness of touch and the effortless confidence of one of nature's own divas, which means that whenever she hits the floor to essay up-tempo swagger tracks she convinces without being as overbearing as, say, Ke$ha. And of course the woman who gave us the supreme millennial house of Waiting for Tonight will know her way around On the Floor and Papi, both apparent distillations of the trashy Miami house aesthetic that dominates pop these days. But while Lopez has claimed that her new public image showcases the real her, she never could pull off the idea of being a real human being with actual emotions on record. Too much of Love? seeks to showcase her vulnerability and depth of feeling – but while Lopez's insouciance can be affecting, the same isn't true when she tries her hand at the epic sweep of Until It Beats No More or One Love.
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Top Customer Reviews
On The Floor - 10/10 - A fantastic comeback single which is unique, sassy and a floorfiller - summer smash
Good Hit - 9/10 - Though the chorus is a little annoying this again is a sexy and confident jam with good lyrics
I'm Into You - 10/10 - Summer in a song - this is brill with a memorable hook and gorgeous lyrics and a sexy video!!
(What Is) Love? - 10/10 - A great track from her film 'the back up plan' with fantastic verses and a mega chorus
Run The World - 9/10 - This song starts of brilliantly but the chorus is a letdown - it could have been much better
Papi - 10/10 - The next single which is a guaranteed hit with latino influences and a fierce beat with a fab chorus
Until It Beats No More - 10/10 - A sensation ballad which shows off her vocal range and should be a christmas single
One Love - 10/10 - A song talking about her many relationships which is catchy and a good reflective tune
Invading My Mind - 10/10 - A fab track but Gaga's influence is clear as it's not Jennifer's norm but still great
Villain - 8/10 - Perhaps the weakest album track with nothing too memorable - the chorus though is above average
Starting Over - 10/10 - This song is so unique and catchy yet is inspirational and deserves to be a single
Hypnotico - 10/10 - This song is pure fire and is addictive.Read more ›
Did i love it ? NO, its ok, dont get me wrong there are some brilliant songs on the album, but the okish ones outweigh the great ones.
Personally i think its a little too young for her, if that makes sense, i would like to see her sing more mature songs, some of the lyrics didnt make sense coming out of her mouth and would of been far more suited to the selena/justin types.
My ratings of the songs are as follows:
1. On the floor 10/10 - Best song on the album
2. Good hit 5/10
3. Im into you 5/10
4. What is love 5/10
5. Run the world 5/10
6. Papi 8/10 - I can see this being played in a club or a zumba class - brilliant
7. Until it beats no more 5/10
8. One love 5/10
9. Invading my mind 8/10 - Potential single release
10. Villian 5/10
11. Starting over 5/10
12. Hypnotico 8/10 - Should be next single release
13. Everybodys girl 5/10
14. Charge me up 8/10 - Another definite single release
15. Take care 5/10
All in all there are 4 good songs, 1 great song, and the rest are just blahhh.
This however is just my opinion..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love JLo from her first album. This album is amazing. My favourites are got on the floor & im into u. Must buy for JLo's fans.Published 12 months ago by Queen B
I bought this ages ago, and still find ,yslef putting it on and singing along. its just great!Published 21 months ago by not_THAT_girl
I brought this to simply go with my collection. I have listened to it once and that's all, prob not one of her best albums if I'm honestPublished 22 months ago by TINA
Hi ,i brought this some time ago,but still worth a review.This is the first time i have brought a JLO,album "to my regreat",well what can i say,really really good,lots of... Read morePublished on 12 Aug. 2014 by rattusxxx
I'm a big jlo fan and this album is just as good if not better than any of her other albumsPublished on 8 April 2014 by james