15. “Dance Again”
Her second collaboration with Pitbull, “Dance Again” literally was the sequel to “On the Floor.” Just not quite as good.
14. “Jenny from the Block”
The song would have been higher on the list (largely thanks to the production) but stalled due to Lopez’s false presentation of something “real.”
13. “I Luh Ya Papi”
The song may be cheesy, the video may be campy, the whole experience may be a bit too much but it surpasses much of Lopez’s false starts on this list.
12. “Do It Well”
The funky beat is almost derailed by Lopez’s coarse vocals but once she settles into the song, it turns into a slick R&B jam. (Though, this song really should have been given to Amerie.)
Written by Christina Milian, “Play” was a funky dance-pop record that sounded like a Prince farce but worked to push Lopez further into the club world. It also helped that Milian smoothed things about by providing backing vocals.
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