Jennifer Lopez is an icon. She is the ultimate triple threat. She is an actress, singer, and dancer. While she may have missed out on this year's Oscars, she will headline this year's Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Lopez is scheduled to co-headline the halftime show with fellow superstar Shakira. Ahead of this anticipated performance, here are J.Lo's top ten songs to get you in the mood for Sunday.
10. Let's Get Loud
Originally written by and for Gloria Estefan, Lopez made this song her own. Taken from her debut album, "On The 6," this is her signature tune.
9. I'm Glad
This song is said to be inspired by her then-boyfriend Ben Affleck. This romantic tune is a dance floor banger and was an undeniable hit.
8. If You Had My Love
The first single from her debut album, this song talks about the expectations of a new relationship. It was produced by the super talented Rodney Jerkins.
7. Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix feat Ja Rule & Cadillac Tah)
This was a classic remix that surpassed the original in popularity. If you were alive in 2002, you heard this song everywhere.
6. I'm Real (Murder Remix feat. Ja Rule)
This was another hit that showcased Lopez and Ja Rule's chemistry. When you can have a remix become more popular than the original, you know you've got a hit.
5. Get Right
The lead single from Lopez's underrated album, "Rebirth," was a big dance hit. This video allowed Lopez to showcase all her talents: dancing, singing, and acting.
4. Waiting For Tonight
Not only is this a great song, but its video is very timely. It was a brilliant commentary on the Y2K conspiracy theories at the time.
3. Feelin' So Good (feat. Big Pun & Fat Joe)
One thing that can't be denied about Lopez, is she always pays tribute to her roots. This video was the beginning of that theme. Filmed on her hometown of the Bronx, this video features cameos from Lopez's mother and friends.
2. Dance Again (feat. Pitbull)
Released as the lead single from her greatest hits album, this song is a bop for the ages. It gave us another J.Lo dance classic that we all needed.
1. On The Floor (feat. Pitbull)
This song is arguably Lopez's biggest hit. It was released as the lead single from her "Love?" album in 2011. It helped revitalize Lopez's career after a less than successful period.