Jennifer Lopez – On The 6 - 1999 R+B Pop - Sealed 2LP

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Jennifer Lopez – On The 6

Label:    Work – 19658803991, Epic – 19658803991, Handprint Entertainment – 19658803991, Legacy – 19658803991
Format:    2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Track C3 is misspelled as "It's Not That Serioaus" on the back cover.
Without the Sony Music logo on back cover.
Made in Czech Republic
Barcode: 1 9658803991 1
Country:    US
Released:    Jun 23, 2023
Genre:    Pop
Style:    Latin Pop


A1        If You Had My Love
A2        Should've Never
A3        Too Late
A4        Feelin' So Good (Remix)
Featuring – Big Pun*, Fat Joe

B1        Let's Get Loud
B2        Could This Be Love
B3        No Me Ames (Tropical Remix)
Featuring – Marc Anthony
B4        Waiting For Tonight



C1        Open Off My Love
C2        Promise Me You'll Try
C3        It's Not That Serious
C4        Talk About Us

D1        No Me Ames (Ballad Version)
Featuring – Marc Anthony
D2        Una Noche Más
D3        Baila
D4        Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)


“Musicians, producers and writers of all stripes—some of which included Cory Rooney, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Lawrence Dermer, Dan Shea, Ric Wake, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Emilio and Gloria Estefan—contributed songs influenced by pop, hip-hop, Latin, dance and R&B vibes. However, Lopez is the individual that brings all these genres into an aurally appetizing whole on wax. And in a flash of her ever entrepreneurial and creative spirit, Lopez co-writes four of the album’s fifteen tracks. 

Now, there are some pieces that solely operate in one genre on the LP. The hip-hop soul of “Feelin’ So Good”—which sports handsome appearances from Fat Joe and the late Big Pun—takes successful aim at Lopez’s way with an urban-pop groove—soon to be an enduring sonic staple of her discography. The moody synth-funk jam “If You Had My Love” and the clubby Latin number “Let’s Get Loud” further demonstrate Lopez’s ability to function in one sonic space, if required. Yet, On the 6 excels best when it embraces its composite pop ethos as heard on the electronica and Latin pop fusion of “Waiting for Tonight” or the quirky coalescence of bossa nova accents and light hip-hop rhythms on “Open Off My Love.” 

Sweetly tuneful on these songs and throughout the mass of On the 6, Lopez acquits herself accordingly as a singer. In fact, it is a diverse clutch of downtempo compositions—“Should’ve Never,” “(Theme From Mahogany) Do You Know Where You’re Going To?,” and “No Me Ames”—that showcase Lopez’s charismatic and emotive vocal range.” (Albumism review)

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Color Black