Ranked: Every Jennifer Lopez Single From Worst To Best

by (@sllambe)

25. “I’m Into You

Following the success of “On the Floor,” Lopez spent a lot of time trying to replicate the record. Here she paired up with Lil Wayne for an okay dance-pop recording.

24. “Baby I Love U!

The final single from This Is Me… Then was a cheese-dipped love ballad written about her relationship with Ben Affleck. While the vintage sound is appealing, the song puts too much emphasis on Lopez’s vocals.

23. “I’m Glad

The song was largely saved by the accompanying music video, which was a remake of Flashdance.

22. “Live It Up

Another collaboration with Pitbull that started to get tedious compared to the previous records.

21. “I’m Gonna Be Alright

This song always felt like an¬†anomaly in the Lopez’s singing career. Unusually down-tempo, it’s her most hip-hop inspired track that paired her up with 50 Cent and Nas, depending on which version fans heard on the radio. It was okay.

Next¬†>>> “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” “Papi”