Jennifer Lopez Update

It has been confirmed that the next single to be lifted from Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Brave’ CD will be the Midi Mafia produced ‘Hold It, Don’t Drop It’ (click here to listen). Initially, the track was to serve as the album’s first single. {Source}
Jennifer must want out of the project quick, as there seems no other way to sink the album -lower than it is already- than to release this mess. With ‘Brave’ lacking (m)any real hit-worthy songs, releasing one of the few standout tracks such as the Keri Hilson penned ‘Wrong When Your Gone’ may have been the album’s saving grace. Obviously, someone had other ideas. Since it’s release on October 9th, ‘Brave’ has sold a pitiful 240,000 – worldwide. I’m still kinda confused as to how quickly Jennifer went from being at the top to having album after album tanking.

What do you think of the single choice?

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  1. Anonymous November 5, 2007

    No more JLO please, the public is no longer fooled by her non singing ass. Also no more Benny Medina, Tommy Mattola, or Diddy running the show for Jenny from the block.

  2. Anonymous November 5, 2007

    Wrong when your gone would have been a better choice, brave, or mile in these shoes are all great tracks.

    I think she bigger things on her mind.

  3. Anonymous November 5, 2007

    People really woke up to her no talented ass.

  4. OLW November 6, 2007

    J.Lo is pregnant and can’t dance right now… why did she choose an otehr dance track… she should put out a mid/down tempo song (way it is, brave or Miles in these choose) because Hold It Don’t Drop It is really cool but in stage J.Lo won’t be able, being pregnant, to do an efficiant performance.

  5. Anonymous November 6, 2007

    I really think she should relase Forever or Wrong When Wrong! They are the best track on the album!

  6. Scott November 6, 2007

    that’s what i felt should be the next single, good pick

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