J.Lo works with Kuk Harrel, Christopher 'Tricky' Stewart and The-Dream for the upcoming compilation CD.
Amidst buzzing news over her controversial Fiat commercial and her love life with much-younger guy, Jennifer Lopez is busy putting together a greatest hits album for her next offering. The plan to release compilation CD is confirmed by vocal producer Kuk Harrel.
"I just got the call a week ago that the greatest-hits album for Jennifer Lopez is coming up," Kuk reveals the project to 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."
Being careful not to spill too much details, the vocal coach gushes. "I think [when] I find out what the direction is, I will definitely go in the lab." He adds, "I will get in the lab with Tricky Stewart and The-Dream and see what we can come up with for it."
Over the years since her 1999 debut "On the 6", J.Lo indeed has a number of hit singles to be used as materials for her greatest hits album. The Latin singer scores No. 1 singles with such songs as "If You Had My Love", "I'm Real", and "All I Have". She additionally breaks the top 3 on Hot 100 with worldwide hits "Love Don't Cost a Thing", "Jenny from the Block" and "On the Floor".