Famous as :Actress, designer, singer
Birth Name :Jennifer Lynn Lopez
Birth Date :July 24, 1969
Birth Place :The Bronx, New York, USA
Claim to fame :As Selena Quintanilla Perez in "Selena" (1997)
only Lopez was good in acting, but singing as well. Enjoying a variety of music genres, she focused her music mostly on pop and was inspired by the local "6" train she took from the Castle Hill section of the Bronx where she grew up to get to her auditions in Manhattan to name her 1st album released in 1999 "On the 6." This album consists of Spanish language, Latin-flavored duet "No me ames" with Marc Anthony, which became very booming and that its first single "If You Had My Love" was #1 for more than 9 weeks.
Later in the fall of 1999, Lopez released this album's second American single, "Waiting for Tonight", which success, in addition to the previous singles', brought "On the 6" to be certified 8 times Platinum. Subsequent to the 1st album, near the end of 2000, Lopez released "Love Don't Cost a Thing", her first single from her second album, "J.Lo", which soon rocketed to the top of 2001 charts. This album's two other singles, "I'm Real" and "Ain't It Funny", had favorably become the singer's biggest ever hits, both spending many weeks on top of the Billboard charts, making this 2nd album nine ...
In mid-2002 Lopez released a remix album called "J to Tha L-O!: The Remixes" which includes popular rap remixes of "I'm Real," "I'm Gonna Be Alright," "Ain't It Funny," and the dance remix of "Waiting for Tonight." Also included in this album was Lopez's new ballad song called "Alive" that was the soundtrack of her movie, "Enough." Moreover, in the fall the same year the already famous Lopez released "This Is Me... Then" that made her three other singles, "Jenny From the Block", "All I Have" and "I'm Glad", became very popular.
Later on, she worked on "Baby I Love You", the fourth single of her remix album that becomes the musical theme for "Gigli", before later on releasing its fifth single "The One." One year later, on November 18, 2003, Lopez produced her fifth album, "Real Me", which includes a DVD including all her music videos from her first video "If You Had My Love" to her last one "Baby I Love You."
So in love with fashion and beauty stuff, Lopez, without ignoring her music career, launched her "Glow" perfume which rocked the perfume industry during 2001 by being number 1 perfume in more than 9 ...