Discography


Albums: Rebirth | This Is Me...Then | J to tha L-O! The Remixes | J.Lo | On The 6


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Rebirth (Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Epic Records)
First Release: March 1, 2005
Billboard Top 200 Peak:2
Catalog Number: N/A
Certification: N/A

Facts:
- Singles released from album (in order): "Get Right" (53-41-15 [revised from #28]-13-13-12-17-20-15-26-44 Hot 100 Run), "Hold You Down" ft. Fat Joe (79-74-68 Hot 100 Run)

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This Is Me...Then (Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Epic Records)
First Release: November 26, 2002
Billboard Top 200 Peak: #2
Catalog Number: #86231
Certification: 2x Platinum (1/14/2003)

Facts:
- Had 1 #1 Billboard Hot 100 song, "All I Have" ft. LL Cool J - 4 weeks on 2/8/2003
- Contained several songs about Ben Affleck, boyfriend at the time, who later broke up almost 1 year later. Ben Affleck also made an appearance in the "Jenny From The Block" video.
- Singles released from album (in order): "Jenny From The Block" (#3 - 4 weeks), "All I Have" (#1 - 4 weeks), "I'm Glad" (#32), "Baby I Love U!" - for the motion picture "Gigli"
- "Jenny From The Block" spent several weeks stalled at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was being held off from the top 2 positions by Missy Elliot's "Work It" and Eminem's "Lose Yourself"
- A song from the album, "Dear Ben", was written exclusively about Ben Affleck
- The video for "I'm Glad" was a remake from Flashdance, and would eventually lead to legal troubles
- Jennifer Lopez had an alledged "nipple tweaker" for her "Jenny From The Block" video

Scans (note: pictures are *very* large and may take some time to download!):
CD (513KB) | Back (422KB) | Inserts Page 1 (1MB), 2 (1.2MB), 3 (1.2MB), 4 (1.1MB), 5 (1.1MB),
6 (1.2MB), 7 (1.2MB), 8 (1.2MB), 9 (1.2MB), 10 (1.15MB)

    

 

 

 

 

J to tha L-O! The Remixes (Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Epic Records)
First Release: February 5, 2002 (Explicit and Clean versions)
Catalog Number: Explicit - #86399; Clean - #86630
Billboard Top 200 Peak: #1
Certification: 1x Platinum (3/7/2002)

Facts:
- First remix CD to go #1. It debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200, but achieved #1 the next week.
- Had 1 #1 Billboard Hot 100 song, "Ain't It Funny" (Remix ft. Ja Rule) - 6 weeks on 3/9/02
- The "I'm Gonna Be Alright" remix ft. Nas peaked at #10 around August, but only the 50 Cent version was included on the album. The Nas remix did make it onto "This Is Me...Then" though.
- Unlike a real album, no singles were really released from this compilation besides the "Ain't It Funny" remix.
- The "Ain't It Funny" (Remix ft. Ja Rule) video was directed by husband at the time, Cris Judd.
- The song, "Alive", while not a remix, was also slapped onto the release at the end. The song and video were more attributed to her movie out at the time, Enough.

Scans:
CD (1.3MB) | Back (1.5MB) | Inserts 1 (848KB), 2 (779KB), 3 (1.2MB), 4 (784KB)

 

 

 

 

J.Lo (Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Epic Records)
First Release: January 23, 2001
Re-release w/ Bonus Track "I'm Real" (Murder Remix): July 24, 2001
Audio Cassette [Explicit]: July 24, 2001
Billboard Top 200 Peak: #1
Certification: 4x Platinum (10/31/2003)

Facts:
- Spawned 1 #1 Billboard Hot 100 song, "I'm Real" (Murder Remix ft. Ja Rule) - 5 nonconsecutive weeks on 9/8/2001
- First person to ever have the #1 album (Billboard 200) and #1 movie (The Wedding Planner) at concurrent times
- Singles released from album (in order):
"Love Don't Cost A Thing" (#3 - 2 weeks) , "I'm Real", "Ain't It Funny"
- The album re-release received the "Parental Advisory - Explicit Content" on it due to the "I'm Real" (Murder Remix) track
- P. Diddy and Mario Winans helped produce some tracks (see Inserts)

Scans:
CD (2.07MB) | Back (1.42MB) | Inserts 1 (1.29MB), 2 (1.1MB), 3 (794KB), 4 (694KB), and 5 (714KB)

          

 

 

 


On The 6 (Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Work)
First Release: June 1, 1999
Import Release #1: August 18, 1999 (2 extra tracks)
Import Release #2: July 4, 2000 (7 extra tracks)
Billboard Top 200 Peak: #8 - totalled 53 weeks on BB200
Catalog Number: #69351; Import Release 1 - #494930; Import Release 2 - #602492
Certification: 3x Platinum (5/10/2000)

Facts:
- Produced 1 #1 Hot 100 song, "If You Had My Love" - 5 weeks on 6/12/1999
- Singles released: "If You Had My Love" (#1), "Waiting For Tonight" (#8), "Feelin' So Good" (#51)
- Was Jennifer Lopez's debut album - a mostly dance album with heavy Latin influence
- An unreleased recording from this album era, "On The Floor", was leaked to radio stations in 2004

Scans:
CD (95KB) | Back (99KB) | Front (268KB) | Inside (32KB) | Inlay (121KB)


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