J Lo is set to unleash a Greatest Hits album upon us, which I'm guessing is going to be an EP because we all know J Lo doesn't have that many hits to choose from.Now this sounds like pure comedy. According to MTV,
"I just got the call a week ago that the greatest-hits album for Jennifer Lopez is coming up," vocal producer Kuk Harrell told MTV News. "Now I'm just waiting for them to put on the schedule [and] let me know what songs we're actually cutting and stuff like that."
Well I'm sure it's a no-brainer that "If You Had My Love," "I'm Real," "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "Jenny From the Block" will make the cut, as well as "On The Floor," her only hit from her Love? album. It's also a smart move that the Greatest Hits album will have some brand new music as well. "I think [when] I find out what the direction is, I will definitely go in the lab. I will get in the lab with Tricky Stewart and The-Dream and see what we can come up with for it."
Harrell also talks about working on Rihanna's Talk That Talk and Justin Bieber's Under The Mistletoe album: "I'm so fortunate to be able to work with Rihanna and Justin Bieber ... and Jennifer Lopez for that matter, so anytime a call comes in to work with the three of them, it's always 'yes,' because it's just assumed [it'll be good]," he said. "They're superstars, so how are you going to turn them down? Unless we have a scheduling conflict, but it's always a 'yes.' It's always an immediate 'we're gonna kill it.' That's when my competitive edge comes out. It has to be the best. It has to be better than anything we've ever done."
The last people J Lo needs to be working with is The Dream and Tricky Stewart, two people who couldn't revive the careers of Christina Milian, Mariah Carey and Ciara. Hell, they gave Kim Kardashian that horrible ass song that came and went faster than her 72 day marriage. Not to mention all the tracks on Love? that were produced by Dream & Tricky are god-awful. When will this trick learn to stick to her strengths which is dance music. I seriously hope you have RedOne on speed dial, because let's be frank - On The Floor was your biggest hit since Waiting For Tonight and with your paper thin vocals, you need to learn you can't blow like Mariah Carey - unless it's a dick you're blowing into then that's another story.