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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'.
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
1)Get Right - good, funky, vocals not too hot. Made it to number 1 understandably.
2)Step into my world - A sexy, husky vocaled track, classier than Britney, and quite good. Sexy in one word.
3)Hold you down - With Fat Joe, expected a typical JLo hiphop attempt, got a smoochy slow one, with plinky plunky music in the background. Like the LLCool J one from the last album. Not hard core at all, quite sweet.
4)Whatever you wanna do - A funk style, chaotic track, I'm not sure, a lot worse than Get Right. You can't even tell shes singing. All bling crap again, imagine a Jenny from the block type video vibe. Bit different for her.
5)Cherry Pie - Again different, too noisy, horrible beat, vocals put to waste on this I think. Dont be fooled by the name of this track. Not JLo style. Maybe you'll like it. Not me though!
6)I got u - More RnB than the last 2. Darkchild in there somewhere, better vocals, bit guitarey, soppy vocals again. Alright song, one of the best.
7)Still Around - Sounds just like baby I love you from the last album, the way she sings. Not slow n soppy but not RnB. Maybe a poppish love song. Lotta love on this album. Okay, nothing too exciting.Read more ›
1. Get Right (8/10)- This song has been released 3 times; Original Version, With Rap Version and the Horns Down Remix (which unfortunately is not on the album). Produced by Rich Harrison, the beat of this track is originally for Usher's "Ride" but It didn't make the album. Jen loved it, Rich Harrison gave it to her. The song is basically a party/ club song and the horns are very repetive in this song which some people find annoying and some love it.
2. Step Into My World (10/10)- This is a very single material, she should release this as her 3rd single or so. Great production by Rodney Jerkins, this song has arabic beats to it, very seductive vocals. One of my favourites!
3. Hold You Down (9/10)- The first time I heard this, I didn't like it. It definetly grew on me. It basically talks about Jennifer and Fat Joe's friendship. It has the same feel to "All I Have".
4. Whatever You Wanna Do (7/10)- My least favourite song. Her vocals do not go well with the beats. The 2nd Rich Harrison production which dissapoints me a bit. The song has a very 50's-60's feel to it. Pretty up-beat.
5. Cherry Pie (9/10)- Cheesy title, but a great ROCK song. Jen definetly pulled it off with this one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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... Read morePublished on 24 Sept. 2009 by R.Cooper
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. Read morePublished on 5 Oct. 2007 by AyJay
This cd is a clever fusing of styles and of the old and the new.
There are a couple of songs I didn't like but that's to be expected on a
recording as... Read more
I bought this album, because i saw a clip get righ feat.Fabulous, and i really like the style of the clip, there was Hip Hop mixed with Rap. Read morePublished on 20 May 2006 by Alex
This is a typically J.Lo album which I think is full of fantastic songs that are fun and really enjoyable to listen to. Read morePublished on 13 Feb. 2006
Well, "Rebirth" did after all a fine job. J.Lo sold 4 million copies worldwide. Her release "This is me..then" in 2002 sold 5,5 millions worldwide, a great success. Read morePublished on 27 Nov. 2005
Jennifer Lopez's last album was a disastrous valentine to her ex-boyfriend Ben Affleck -- goopy, watered-down and thoroughly dull, with a hint of voyeurism. Read morePublished on 24 July 2005 by EA Solinas
I am a Jennnifer Lopez fan but I have also seen many faults in her music over the years and I don't think Rebirth is one of them. Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2005 by Robbie B