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J. Lo is Slammin',
By A Customer
This review is from: J.Lo (Audio CD)
Jennifer Lopez's J. Lo is a rich mixture of Pop, RnB and Dance but unlike On The 6 It isn't heavily laced with latin influences or Ballads. So here's a track by track rundown of this album. Love Don't Cost A Thing- Sassy RnB stompin track. I'm Real- Oriental feel, has an eighties edge a track definetly made for the summer, you can imagine cruisind in your drop top convertible and I'm definetly sure that P. Diddy is MC-ing on the chorus. Play-Electronic, sassy RnB dance track complete with a curse word. Walking On Sushine- P. Diddy produced House/trance track better than most trance tracks out there. Ain't It funny-Reminiscent of Enrique Iglesias Bailamos. Carino- J. Lo sings in a sultry Mary J Blige-y way over a backing track more at home on a Santana Lp. Come Over-Sexy Sultry song. One for those nights when your'e alone with your partner. We Gotta Talk- Song with loads of attitude J.Lo sings real good on this one. That's Not Me- Operatic Drama. But I don't think J.Lo actually cooks cleans and washes her boyfriends clothes. Dance With Me- Latin influenced precussive track. P. Diddy produced, reminiscent of Busta Rhymes Put Your Hands Where My Eyes can see. Secretly- Sweet Ballad without any kind of bassline. Sounds familiar to Janet Jackson's Again. I'm Gonna Be alright. Sassy Pop RnB confident song. That's The Way- Darkchild produced pop/RnB track. Dame (Touch Me) - Blazing, latin track. Si Ya Se Acabo- No Idea what she's singing but still sounds Good. Album is more poptastic than the last but this is still good.