Jennifer Lopez Albums Ranked

Jennifer Lynn Lopez (born July 24, 1969), also known by her nickname J.Lo, is an American actress, singer, dancer, fashion designer, producer, and businesswoman. In 1991, Lopez began appearing as a Fly Girl dancer on In Living Color, where she remained a regular until she decided to pursue an acting career in 1993. For her first leading role in the 1997 Selena biopic of the same name, Lopez became the first Latin actress to earn over $1 million USD for a film. She went on to star in Anaconda (1997) and Out of Sight (1998), and later establishing herself as the highest-paid Latin actress in Hollywood. With a cumulative film gross of $3.1 US billion and estimated global sales of 70 million records, Lopez is regarded as the most influential Latin entertainer in the United States. In 2012, Forbes ranked her as the most powerful celebrity in the world, as well as the 38th most powerful woman in the world. Time listed her among the 100 most influential people in the world in 2018. Her most successful singles on the US Billboard Hot 100 include: “If You Had My Love”, “I’m Real”, “Ain’t It Funny”, “All I Have”, and “On the Floor”, the lattermost of which is one of the best-selling singles of all time.  For her contributions to the recording industry, Lopez has received a landmark star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Billboard Icon Award, and the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award among other honors. Her other ventures include clothing lines, fragrances, the production company Nuyorican Productions, and the non-profit business Lopez Family Foundation. Here are all of Jennifer Lopez’s albums ranked.

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8. Brave (2007)

“Brave is a good album that is unfortunately not known enough. It contains more music we can dance on than on some of her previous albums that were more into smooth songs. If you like Jennifer Lopez, you will like this album.”

7. A.K.A. (2014)

“This music is SO impressive! Some of it sounds like a completely new JLo! I love her street songs – especially I Luh Ya Papi, and am obsessed with the acoustic, very beautiful song – Let It Be Me. She could be on Broadway with that one!”

6. J To Tha L-O! The Remixes (2002)

“This collection of remixes of Jennifer Lopez songs is not only bangin’, but also educational. These tracks are representative of the hip-hop/dance/rap/pop that was popular at the turn of the century. There are pounding dance tracks. There are standard hip-hop tracks with heavy beats and minimal production. Some have elements of club music. Several tracks have guest rappers: Fat Joe, Ja Rule, Puff Daddy. J-Lo’s high-pitched voice is perfect for these types of music. It blends well with the production on the dance tracks, and it presents a contrast to the heavier vocals of the rappers where they occur. In songs such as “Feelin’ So Good” and “Play”, J-Lo has something more complex to sink her teeth into and rises to the occasion.”

5. Love? (2011)

“Great Album featuring massive amounts of excellent dance music including “Papi”, “Villain”, “Invading My Mind”, and “Charge Me Up.” This was the best way for Jennifer Lopez to return back to the top with the International smash “On The Floor”!!”

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4. This Is Me… Then (2002)

“This album emerges as a turn of the millennium urban love story-with rappers Jadakiss and LL Cool J as different aspects of the male antagonist. Nothing new,and no great dramatic twist on it either. What is different is the music. With this album? J.Lo had moved from Latin pop,to modern Latin funk and onto an orchestrated 70’s cinematic funky soul approach. Honestly? This may be one of my favorite albums of hers as a result. And paved the way for the direction of her following two albums as well. So this is something I’d recommend wholeheartedly as quality contemporary music.”

3. Rebirth (2005)

“”Rebirth” is fun, funky, and gets me dancing. Some of the songs are kind of hokey. They’re the type of songs I would expect to find on an Ace of Base album. No disrespect to Ace of Base because I like them too, but the lyrics get pretty cheesy sometimes. They are the type of songs you memorize and sing along to in the car.”

2. On The 6 (1999)

“Jennifer Lopez hit the music scene with a hit single and a smash debut album that shot her straight to the top for weeks after its release. The single: “If You Had My Love,” which was an instant hit. And why not? The song has got a very catchy beat to back up the not-so-new-but-ever-so-stylized lyrics and rhythms. The album: “On the 6,” containing such invigorating songs as “Waiting for Tonight,” and the somber “Should’ve Never.” Whether it’s fast and furious or slow and mellow, Lopez hits all the right spots with her flare for music. Certainly a hit in a year of ever-increasingly redundant beats and songs.”

1. J.Lo (2001)

“The album could not be more appealing if you like dance music. More than half of this album is comprised of upbeat tracks (latin, pop, hip hop and techno) that you can easily groove to. Some critics have panned Jennifer Lopez on her weak vocals. However the focus of the album should be on the music. Granted her voice is not exactly enthralling, it manages to sound pleasant and complements excellently with her modest style of vocal delivery. This album has such energetic vibes that I actually use it during jogging and aerobics. Highly recommended if you like dance music.”