Jennifer lopez chart history

Jennifer lopez chart history DEFAULT

Ain't Your Mama

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Try Me

Jason Derulo

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Matoma

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Ni Tú Ni Yo

Gente De Zona

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Adrenalina

Wisin

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Ricky Martin

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El Anillo

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El Mismo Sol

Alvaro Soler

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Amor, Amor, Amor

Wisin

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Te Guste

Bad Bunny

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El Anillo - Remix

Ozuna

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Booty

Pitbull

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Live It Up

Pitbull

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Se Acabó el Amor - Urban Version

Abraham Mateo

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Yandel

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Back It Up - Spanish Version

Prince Royce

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Pitbull

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Booty

Iggy Azalea

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Dinero

DJ Khaled

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Cardi B

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Pa Ti

Maluma

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Back It Up - Video Version

Prince Royce

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Pitbull

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Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta

Marc Anthony

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Pa Ti - Spanglish Version

Maluma

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On The Floor

Pitbull

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Cambia el Paso

Rauw Alejandro

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Jenny from the Block - Track Masters Remix

Jadakiss

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Styles P

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Almost Like Praying

Lin-Manuel Miranda

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Alex Lacamoire

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Ana Villafañe

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Anthony Ramos

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Camila Cabello

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Dessa

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Ednita Nazario

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Fat Joe

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Gilberto Santa Rosa

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Gina Rodriguez

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Gloria Estefan

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Joell Ortiz

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John Leguizamo

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Juan Luis Guerra

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Luis Fonsi

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Marc Anthony

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Pj Sin Suela

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Pedro Capó

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Rita Moreno

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Rubén Blades

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Tommy Torres

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It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Stevie Mackey

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THE ELEVEN

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Us

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Get Right

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El Ultimo Adiós - Varios Artistas Version

Ricky Martin

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Alejandro Sanz

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Thalía

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Juan Luis Guerra

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Gloria Estefan

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Celia Cruz

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Olga Tanon

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Ricardo Montaner

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Ana Gabriel

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Jorge Hernández

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Los Tigres Del Norte

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Alicia Villarreal

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Alejandro Fernandez

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Carlos Vives

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Jaci Velasquez

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Marco Antonio Solís

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José José

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Lucia Mendez

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Emmanuele

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Chayanne

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Gilberto Santa Rosa

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Paulina Rubio

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Alberto "Beto" Zapata

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La Ley

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Ana Bárbara

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Carlos Ponce

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Jon Secada

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Shakira

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Gian Marco

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Luis Fonsi

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Yuri

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Miguel Bosé

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Wilkins

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Giselle

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Melina Leon

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Limi-T 21

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Christina Aguilera

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José Feliciano

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José Luis Rodríguez

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Let's Get Loud

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Sexy Body

Pitbull

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Love Don't Cost a Thing

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If You Had My Love

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Feel The Light

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Play

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Te Boté II

Casper Magico

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Nio Garcia

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Cosculluela

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Wisin

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Yandel

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Medicine

French Montana

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Put Your Lovin Where Your Mouth Is

Poo Bear

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Biography


Jennifer Lynn Lopez (born July 24, ), popularly nicknamed J.Lo, is a Puerto-Rican American pop and R&B singer, actress, record producer, dancer, model, fashion and perfume designer and film and television producer. She is the richest person of Latin American descent in Hollywood according to Forbes, and the most influential Hispanic entertainer in America according to People en Español’s list of “ Most Influential Hispanics”.

Starting in , Lopez has released seven albums, including two #1 albums on the Billboard charts and four Billboard Hot #1 singles. She won the American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and the American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist. She has appeared in numerous films and has won ALMA Awards for outstanding actress for her work in Selena, Out of Sight and Angel Eyes. She parlayed her media fame into a fashion line and various perfumes with her celebrity endorsement.

Media attention has also focused on her personal life. She has had high-profile relationships with Ojani Noa, Cris Judd, Sean Combs, Ben Affleck, and Marc Anthony. Her first children, fraternal twins named Max and Emme, were born on February 22,

Jennifer Lopez was born and grew up in the Bronx to Puerto Rican parents Guadalupe Rodriguez and David Lopez. She has two sisters, Lynda and Leslie.

Jennifer Lopez financed singing and dancing lessons from the age of After she dropped out of college, Lopez pursued her talent for dance. She split her time between her job at a law office, taking dance classes, and dancing in Manhattan clubs at night. She got her first spot and started out in television as a video girl for rap artist MC Hammer, also a guest spot on the American Music Awards. Her first regular high profile gig was as a “fly girl” dancer on the television comedy program In Living Color in after being twice rejected. She then left the show after the second season due to friction with another dancer.

Lopez’s debut album On the 6, a reference to the 6 subway line she used to take growing up in Castle Hill was released on June 1, , and reached the top ten of the Billboard The album featured the Billboard Hot number-one lead single, “If You Had My Love” as well as the top ten hit “Waiting for Tonight”. The album also featured a Spanish language, Latin-flavored duet “No Me Ames” with Marc Anthony (who later would become her husband). Though “No Me Ames” never had a commercial release, it reached number one on the U.S. Hot Latin Tracks. On the 6 featured guest artists such as Big Pun and Fat Joe on the track “Feelin’ So Good”, which had moderate success on the Billboard Hot “Let’s Get Loud”, the final single, earned Lopez a Grammy Award nomination in the “Best Dance Recording” category in Grammy Awards. “Waiting for Tonight” was nominated for the same category the previous year. “No Me Ames” received two nominations at the Latin Grammy Awards: “Best Pop Duo/Group with Vocal Performance” and “Best Music Video”.

Lopez’s second album, J.Lo, was released on January 23, and debuted at number one on the Billboard When her film The Wedding Planner achieved number one shortly after, Lopez become the first actress-singer to have a film and an album at number one in the same week. The lead single, “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”, was her first number-one single in the United Kingdom and took her into the top five on the U.S. Billboard Hot She followed it up with “Play” which gave her another top twenty hit on the Billboard Hot and reached number three in the UK. Her next two singles were “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny” which were quickly rising up the charts. To capitalize on this, Lopez asked The Inc. Records (then known as Murder Inc.) to remix both songs, which featured rap artists Ja Rule (on both) and Caddillac Tah (on the “Ain’t It Funny” remix). Both remixes reached number one on the Billboard Hot for several weeks. She re-released J. Lo on her thirty-second birthday with the remix of “I’m Real” as a bonus track. Also, “Si Ya Se Acabó” was released in Spain, due to the success of “Que Ironia”.

Following the success of the re-release of J. Lo, Lopez decided to devote an entire album to the remixing effort, releasing J to tha L-O! The Remixes, on February 5, This album debuted at number one on the Billboard , becoming the first remix album in history to debut at the top on the chart. Featured artists on J to tha L-O! The Remixes included P. Diddy, Fat Joe, and 50 Cent and the album included rare dance and hip hop remixes of past singles. It is the third all-time biggest-selling remix album in the world, after Michael Jackson’s Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix () and Madonna’s You Can Dance ().

On November 26, , Lopez released her third studio album, This is me… then, which reached number two on the Billboard and spawned four singles: “Jenny From the Block” (featuring Jadakiss and Styles), which reached number three on the Billboard Hot ; “All I Have” (featuring LL Cool J), which spent multiple weeks at number one; “I’m Glad”; and “Baby I Love U!”. The album included a cover of Carly Simon’s “You Belong to Me”.

After a year away from the music scene, Lopez released her fourth studio album, Rebirth, on March 1, Although debuting and peaking at number two on the Billboard , the album quickly fell off the charts. It spawned the hit “Get Right”, which reached the top fifteen in the U.S. and became her second Platinum hit (after “If You Had My Love”). “Get Right” was also successful in the UK, becoming her second number-one single there. The second single, “Hold You Down”, which featured Fat Joe, reached number sixty-four on the U.S. Hot ; it peaked at number six in the UK and ascended to the top twenty in Australia. Another song, “Cherry Pie”, was slated for a release in late , but the plans to make a video were cancelled as the album sales were definitely too weak and the promotion budget exceeded. It was released to radio stations in Spain. Rebirth was certified Platinum in the U.S. by the RIAA. Lopez was then featured on LL Cool J’s single “Control Myself”, which was released on February 1, It reached number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot and number two on the UK Singles Chart. It was Lopez’s first U.S. top ten hit in three years.

Lopez officially released her first full Spanish-language album, called Como Ama Una Mujer, on March 27, in the U.S. and March 23, in Europe. Her husband, singer Marc Anthony, produced the album with Estefano, except for “Qué Hiciste”, which Anthony co-produced with Julio Reyes. The album peaked at number ten on the U.S. Billboard , number one on the U.S. Top Latin Albums (for four straight weeks), number one on the U.S. Latin Pop Albums (for seven straight weeks) and number one hundred and thirty-one in the UK. The album did well in Europe peaking at number three on the albums chart, mainly due to the big success in countries like Switzerland, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Greece, Germany, Austria, and Portugal. The lead single, “Qué Hiciste” (Spanish for “What Did You Do”), was officially released to radio stations in January Since then, it has peaked at eighty-six on the U.S. Billboard Hot and number one on the Hot Latin Songs and the Hot Dance Club Play. It also went top ten on the European chart. The video for the song was the first Spanish-language video to peak at number one on MTV’s Total Request Live daily countdown. The second single released is called “Me Haces Falta”. Lopez won an American Music Award as the Favorite Latin Artist in Como Ama una Mujer according to the United World Chart, it is #3 on the best selling Spanish albums of and #37 on the best selling albums so far of Como Ama una Mujer holds the record for the best opening week internet sales for a Spanish album. With Como Ama Una Mujer, Jennifer Lopez is one of the few performers to debut in the top 10 of the Billboard with a Spanish album.

Just over six months later, on October 9, , Lopez released her fifth English studio album (sixth studio album overall), called Brave. She collaborated with producers such as Midi Mafia, J. R. Rotem, Lynn and Wade and Ryan Tedder with Rotem working on some tracks with writing partner Evan "Kidd" Bogart. Earlier, on August 26, , ABC premiered a promo for the fourth season of Desperate Housewives, featuring a snippet of the song "Mile In These Shoes". "Do It Well" was released as the lead single and reached the top 20 in many countries. "Hold It, Don't Drop It" was released as the second single in only some countries from Europe.

Billboard Magazine reported, on July 24, , that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony would "co-headline" a worldwide tour called "Juntos en Concierto" starting in New Jersey on September Tickets went on sale August The tour was a mix of her current music, older tunes and Spanish music. In a later press release, Lopez announced a detailed itinerary. The tour launched September 28, at the Mark G. Etess Arena and ended on November 7, at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

At the end of their last concert in Miami on November 7, , Jennifer and Marc proudly announced that they were expecting a child, officially putting to rest the widespread speculation that she was pregnant. Rumors of the pregnancy involving twins soon erupted and were finally confirmed with the birth of twins, Max and Emme in New York on February 22,

Lopez released "Louboutins", a song written and produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, as the project's lead single in November However, upon release, the song failed to garner enough airplay to chart, despite topping the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart. Lopez subsequently left Epic Records in February , citing that she had fulfilled her contractual obligations and now wished to release Love? under a new label.

In June following the departure of Ellen DeGeneres from American Idol, it was reported that Lopez was in talks to join season ten’s judging panel. During this same time, Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony were being considered for a role on The X Factor for their appeal to Latin and International markets. It was officially announced on September 22, that Lopez would be joining the tenth season of American Idol. MTV stated that “the deal was mutually beneficial to all those involved”, whilst CNN reported that Lopez was viewing it as a decision to revive her career while Idol producers believe Lopez and Steven Tyler’s appointments will strengthen viewing figures.

Lopez released her seventh studio album, Love? in May The lead single from the album called "On the Floor" was officially released February 8, and it featured the American rapper Pitbull. The video for On the Floor was premiered on American Idol March 3. Lopez later performed the song on American Idol, including Pitbull. She was dressed in a "glimmering ensemble" while the set included lasers and pyrotechnics. The song charted in 27 countries at #1 and it was certified 3x Platinum in the United States. Love? was officially released May 3 and it reached the fifth place in the US Billboard On the Floor is the most viewed video by a female artist in YouTube with almost million views. Lopez also released two other singles from the album, the hip hop jam "I'm Into You" which featured the rapper Lil Wayne and the latin influenced "Papi".

Lopez returned as judge on the eleventh season of American Idol, reportedly earning $US20 million, compared to the $US12 million she earned last year. Subsequently, Lopez is currently unsure about returning to the show.

Lopez worked with ex-husband Marc Anthony and director-choeographer Jamie King on the talent series ¡Q'Viva! The Chosen, created by Simon Fuller. It follows Lopez, Anthony and King as they travel across 21 countries in Latin America to find new talent. It premiered on January 28, on Univision and was a ratings hit for the channel.

Jennifer released her first single from her upcoming greatest hits album "Dance Again" April 2 and it features Pitbull, who is previously collaborated with J.Lo with "On the Floor" and "Fresh Out The Oven". The video premiered on American Idol April 5 and she performed a solo version of the hit on American Idol's result show April She was dressed in a skin-tight blue bodysuit and black stockings, surrounded by a dozen back-up dancers.

It was announced on April 30, that Lopez would be going on a co-headlining tour in the United States with Enrique Iglesias. Lopez has already began her Dance Again World Tour which will continue after her tour with Iglesias. It began in Panama City, Panama on June The Dance Again World Tour will include legs in Asia, Europe and South America.

Lopez is involved in multiple films in She starred as Holly in What to Expect When You're Expecting. The film was released to theaters on May 18, Lopez voices Shira in the upcoming animated film, Ice Age: Continental Drift which is the fourth movie in the Ice Age series. Another film which Lopez has shot her parts for, Parker will be released in

On May 16, , Forbes placed Lopez first on their "Celebrity List", in turn naming her the most powerful celebrity in the world for their edition. She beat out Oprah Winfrey and Lady Gaga for the title, having earned $US52 million from May

Jennifer's single "Goin' In" featuring the rapper Flo Rida will be featured in the new Step Up movie. It was officially released in the United States in June She performed the song on American Idol's finale and it is also included on her tour setlist.

To celebrate 13 years in music Jennifer released a greatest hits album which will include, besides her smash hits, new songs. Her album 'Dance Again The Hits' released in July
After the conclusion of her Dance Again World Tour, Lopez began recording her eighth studio album, A.K.A., inspired by her travels. It was released in June through Capitol Records.
In January , she released two promotional songs from the album: "Same Girl" and "Girls". In March, she released the album's official first single "I Luh Ya PaPi" which features French Montana. In April, the official song for the FIFA World Cup performed by Pitbull, Lopez and Brazilian recording artist Claudia Leitte, "We Are One (Ole Ola)", was released.

Lopez has a range of upcoming acting projects. She will star in the risqué low-budget thriller The Boy Next Door, the independent film Lila & Eve (alongside Viola Davis), and the animated feature Home (alongside Steve Martin and Rihanna).
Lopez will also venture into television. NBC has ordered a episode television drama, in which Lopez will executive produce and star. In the series, titled Shades of Blue, expected to air in the –16 television season, she will portray a single mother and police detective who goes undercover for the FBI to investigate her own squad. Ryan Seacrest will also produce the series. The following year, VH1 ranked her the fourth on their list of " Sexiest Artists", while Vibe magazine named her the most "lustable" celebrity of the past twenty years. In , Lopez stated, "There's this funny notion in America that you can't be a mom and be sexy () It's the craziest thing I've ever heard The truth is that women can be sexy until the day they die."
Lopez is a tabloid fixture and has admitted to having a "less-than-perfect" public image. The media often draw comparisons between Lopez and actress Elizabeth Taylor, due to her numerous failed relationships. In fact, Lopez has been dubbed a "modern-day Liz Taylor" by the media. Lynn Hirschberg of W compared her glamorous public persona to that of Taylor. Her style is described by Billboard's Lauren Savage as scantily clad. Lopez has been criticized by the animal rights organization PETA for inclusion of fur in her fashion lines and outfits. She has received a bad reputation as being a demanding "diva", but she constantly refutes this. In , The Observer remarked that Lopez was "the woman immortalised in a million headlines as 'Hollywood's most demanding diva' Lopez must wonder what heinous crime she has committed to become the most vilified woman in modern popular culture.

Discography:
On the 6 ()
J.Lo ()
This Is Me Then ()
Rebirth ()
Como Ama una Mujer ()
Brave ()
Love? ()
A.K.A. ()
Por Primera Vez ()

Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia



Jennifer Lopez in the news
Global Jazz Awards, Celebrating Years Of Jazz Coming In (02/10/)
Meek Mill Releases New Album "Expensive Pain" & Announces Album Playback Concert At Madison Square Garden On October 23(01/10/)
Five Epic Hitmakers Unite For Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show On February 13, On NBC, Peacock And Telemundo(01/10/)
Pursuing JC, Christian Pop/Rock Band Releases New EP C.R.O.W.N.(29/09/)
Margaret Dorn & The Accidentals To Release A Cappella Holiday Classics(29/09/)
Asiahn Releases New Visual For 'Fall Back'(28/09/)
Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, & More Set For Global Citizens Festival Stream On ABC(22/09/)
Stevie Wonder To Headline Global Citizen Live In LA With Adam Lambert, Chloe x Halle, Demi Lovato, H.E.R., OneRepublic, Ozuna, The Lumineers, 5 Seconds Of Summer, At The Greek Theatre On September 25, (09/09/)
Jennifer Lopez Teams With Concord Theatricals To Adapt Rodgers & Hammerstein Musicals For The Screen(13/07/)
WHYYOUNGN Brings Eye Candy And Swagger To NYC In Music Clip "Hip-Hop Booty"!(09/06/)
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Jennifer Lopez discography

Jennifer Lopez discography
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Lopez performing during her Dance Again World Tour in

Studio albums8
Compilation albums3
EPs1
Singles64
Soundtrack albums1
Remix albums1
Charity singles5
Promotional singles12

American singer Jennifer Lopez has released eight studio albums, one remix album, three compilation albums, one extended play, 64 singles (including 14 as a featured artist), five charity singles and 12 promotional singles. She made her chart debut in May with "If You Had My Love", which topped the charts in six countries, including the United States. It was followed by the release of her debut studio album, On the 6 (), which reached the top five in several countries and produced four additional singles, including the international hit "Waiting for Tonight". The simultaneous release of her second studio album, J.Lo, and the film, The Wedding Planner, in January , made Lopez the first entertainer to have a number one film and album in the United States in the same week.[1][2] The album was certified four-times platinum in the United States and yielded four hit singles, including "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "I'm Real", which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot The following year saw the release of Lopez's remix album, J to tha L–O! The Remixes (), which became the first remix album in history to debut at number one on the Billboard , and went on to become one of the best selling remix albums of all time.[3] Three singles were released from the album, including "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)", which topped the Billboard Hot for six consecutive weeks.

Lopez's third studio album, This Is Me Then (), reached number two on the Billboard , and earned double-platinum status in the United States. Four singles were released from the album, including the hits "Jenny from the Block" and "All I Have", which topped the charts in the United States and New Zealand. Her fourth studio album, Rebirth (), charted moderately in the United States, eventually earning a platinum certification. It produced two singles, including its lead single, "Get Right", which went number one in five countries. Lopez's first full-length Spanish album, Como Ama una Mujer, was released in March and peaked at number ten on the US Billboard Two singles were released from the album, most notably "Qué Hiciste", which was an international success and was certified eight-times platinum in Spain. A little over six months later, the singer released her sixth studio album, Brave (), which became her first album to miss the top ten on the Billboard Just like the album, its lead single, "Do It Well", was only a moderate success.

Following a move to Island Records from Sony Music, Lopez released her seventh studio album, Love?, in May Three singles were released from the album, including "On the Floor", which became the singer's most successful single in her career. The song topped more than eighteen national charts and sold more than million digital copies globally, making it the best-selling single of by a female artist.[4] Lopez's first greatest hits album, Dance Again the Hits (), followed a year later and produced the international hit "Dance Again". Her eighth studio album, A.K.A., was released in June by Capitol Records. Three singles were released from the album, including "Booty", which reached the top 20 in Canada and the United States. Since her return to Sony Music in , Lopez has focused on releasing non-album singles in both English and Spanish, most notably "Ain't Your Mama", "El Anillo", "Dinero" and "Pa' Ti". As of March , the singer has sold more than 70 million records worldwide.[5]

Albums

Studio albums

Soundtrack albums

Remix albums

Compilation albums

Extended plays

Singles

As lead artist

As featured artist

Charity singles

Promotional singles

Notes

  1. ^Worldwide sales figures for On the 6 as of February [16]
  2. ^ abcdefghijUnited States sales figures for On the 6, J.Lo, J to tha L-O! The Remixes, This Is Me Then, Rebirth, Como Ama una Mujer, Brave, Love?, Dance Again the Hits and A.K.A. as of July [17]
  3. ^French sales figures for On the 6 as of [18]
  4. ^UK sales figures for On the 6, J.Lo and J to tha L–O! The Remixes as of December 7, [19]
  5. ^Worldwide sales figures for J.Lo as of May [29]
  6. ^French sales figures for J.Lo as of [30]
  7. ^UK sales figures for J.Lo as of December 29, [31]
  8. ^Worldwide sales figures for This Is Me Then as of June [37]
  9. ^French sales figures for This Is Me Then as of [38]
  10. ^UK sales figures for This Is Me Then as of September 28, [39]
  11. ^French sales figures for Rebirth as of [42]
  12. ^Worldwide sales figures for Como Ama una Mujer as of [44]
  13. ^French sales figures for Como Ama una Mujer as of [45]
  14. ^UK sales figures for Como Ama una Mujer as of October 8, [46]
  15. ^Worldwide sales figures for Brave as of February 24, [48]
  16. ^French sales figures for Brave as of January 2, [49]
  17. ^UK sales figures for Brave as of May 7, [50]
  18. ^French sales figures for Love? as of December 11, [51]
  19. ^French sales figures for A.K.A. as of September [53]
  20. ^Worldwide sales figures for J to tha L–O! The Remixes as of [54]
  21. ^French sales figures for J to tha L-O! as of [55]
  22. ^UK sales figures for J to tha L–O! The Remixes as of August 21, [56]
  23. ^French sales figures for Dance Again The Hits as of January 3, [59]
  24. ^United States sales figures for The Reel Me as of July 9, [61]
  25. ^"No Me Ames" failed to enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart.[69][70]
  26. ^"Hold It Don't Drop It" failed to enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[83]
  27. ^"Louboutins" failed to enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[83]
  28. ^"Goin' In" failed to enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[83]
  29. ^"Ni Tú Ni Yo" did not enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number 15 on the BillboardHot Latin Songs chart.[93]
  30. ^"Amor, Amor, Amor" did not enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number 19 on the Bubbling Under Hot Singles chart.[95]
  31. ^"El Anillo" did not enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot Singles chart.[95]
  32. ^"Pa' Ti" did not enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot Singles chart.[95]
  33. ^"Follow the Leader" did not enter the Billboard Hot , but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot Singles chart.
  34. ^"El Ultimo Adios (The Last Goodbye)" failed to enter the Billboard Hot , but the CD single peaked at number on the Billboard Top []

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