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J to tha LO!: The Remixes " is Jennifer's first remix album released on February 5, 2002 on Epic Records. The album is considered one of the best selling remix albums in the United jennifer States and even appeared in the 2004 Guinness World Records book as the most successful selling remix album. It's lopez also the 3rd best-selling remix album after Michael Jackson's "Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix" and Madonna's "You Can Dance" albums.
Contents show, background, edit, after the success.Lo MTV News reported that Jennifer teamed up with Ja Rule (who was featured on the Murder Remix to her song "I'm Real and other artists for her remix album which would be released in February. It was announced that Jennifer would rework her 2001 single ".
Ain't It Funny " into a Murder Remix that would feature Ja Rule. R B singer Ashanti wrote three verses and demoed the new version of "Ain't it Funny" for Jennifer.
Her vocals were later added to the final song as background vocals. On January 18, 2002, Epic Records confirmed that Jennifer's live DVD and remix album would soon be arriving.
Jennifer's ex-boyfriend Sean Combs produced featured on a reworked version of ". Feelin' So Good " for the album. Alive " (which was written for her 2002 thriller film "Enough was the only original song that was written for the album.
Track Masters produced a remix version of ". I'm Gonna Be Alright " which served as the album's official second single.
Rappers 50 Cent and Nas' vocals were added to separate versions of the song in its commercial release which caused some controversy because Jennifer Epic Records chose Nas to be featured on the radio version of the song due to his popularity on the music. According to rumors, 50 Cent did not have any hard feelings for Jennifer, but did "hate" Nas." Jennifer's management stated that it was all completely business. The 50 Cent-featured version appeared on the album (but the European album version featured a no-rap version) while the Nas version appears on the European album version of ".
Then " and on the 2002.S. Compliation foundation album "Now That's What I Call Music! The album contained a Pablo Flores reworked version of ".