Jennifer Lopez turns 52: Here are Top 10 songs of Jennifer Lopez that have always been on our playlist


Jennifer Lopez as we all know aces at everything. The music mogul has given us numerous songs that we can’t just forget. Most of the time she’s seen channelling her feeling through her music is the reason we vibe even more to her songs. She has no doubt elevated the music industry. Here’s taking a look at our all-time favourite songs of Jennifer Lopez.

1. I’m Into You – 2011

Rightly said by Mary Kinney, “The hook of Lopez repeating ‘I’m into you will be ringing in listeners’ ears long after the song is over”. It features the rapper Lil Wayne and was released for Lopez’s seventh studio album Love.

2. Dance Again – 2012

Lopez debuted her greatest hit album here featuring American rapper Pitbull. It’s music worth getting lost in rightly said by Rolling Stone.

3. Papi – 2011


It’s a Latin flavoured dance song, a spicy song that surely is a perfect fit for a packed club.

4. Live it up – 2016

This song gives us a summer vibe. It’s a dance-pop where Lopez inspires us about living it up.

5. Dinero- 2018

The only reason to hear this song is that Jlo raps here. It’s a fiery anthem where DJ Khaled’s voice blends in perfectly and Cardi B brings the fire needed.

6. Follow the leader – 2012

Follow the leader Puerto Rican duo Wisin and Yandel also with a blend of JLo’s beautiful voice. The song went on to sell over 500,000 copies in pure sales in the United States earning a Gold Certification.

7. Pa Ti – 2020

Pa Ti is recorded by JLo and Maluma. The song clearly highlights the chemistry between the two singers in the song. The music video also received praises for its cinematic nature.

8. On the Floor – 2012

This is one of Lopez’s most successful songs to date, topping more than 30 national charts. This music video alone has 1.3 billion views.

9. First love – 2014


This was recorded by JLo for her eighth studio album A.K.A. It’s a fun and free feel song making an adorable pure pop explosion.

10. Until it beats no more – 2011

Again this one’s for her seventh studio album Love? It’s a soft rock that makes us feel that love never dies.

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