Release Date: Apr 2, 2012
Record label: Epic
Genre(s): Pop, R&B
The most immediately striking thing about Jennifer Lopez’s first greatest-hits collection is just how many hits the dancer turned actress turned singer turned fashion designer turned talent competition judge has racked up over the years. So many, in fact, that there’s a hefty handful of singles missing from the standard edition of the album, most notably “All I Have,” her #1 duet with LL Cool J—though, given both the album’s title and the fact that the song is the closest thing to a ballad J. Lo has ever released as a single, the omission makes some degree of sense.
An overdue hits collection from the versatile, enduring New Yorker. Michael Cragg 2012 Like all good pop stars, Jennifer "J.Lo" Lopez has managed to ride the commercial zeitgeist with a certain amount of aplomb, drawing in whichever producer or rapper is hot at the time and bringing out something approaching their best work. You want Irv Gotti-produced hip hop featuring Ja Rule? You've got it with I'm Real.