Saturday, July 4, 2009

Jennifer Lopez - J.Lo (album)

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J.Lo is Jennifer Lopez' second studio album , J.Lo released in January 2001 by Epic Records. J.Lo album debuted at #1 on the United States Billboard 200 w/ 272,000 copies sold in its opening week, staying in the top 20 for six weeks, after the single "Love Don't Cost a Thing (song)" had reached number three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The 2nd single of J.Lo album, "Play (Jennifer Lopez song)", performed moderately but disappointingly, which led Lopez's team to bring in Ja Rule of The Inc. Records (then known as Murder Inc. Records) to create "Murder remixes" of "I'm Real (Jennifer Lopez song)" and "Ain't It Funny". These remixes, which are essentially different songs with the same title, both topped the Hot 100.

On July 24, 2001 (coinciding w/ Jennifer Lopez's 30-second birthday), the album was re-released with "I'm Real" (Murder Remix) as a bonus track—due to its usage of slurs such as "nigga", "btch", and "fck", the re-release came with a Parental Advisory sticker. The album was 1st released without the sticker, despite featuring strong language and sxual content ("I'm Real", "Play", "Come Over"), similarly to Janet Jackson's All for You (album).

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