J.Lo Readies "Rebirth"

Diva's new record hits in March

December 13, 2004 12:00 AM ET
Jennifer Lopez, a.k.a. J.Lo, will release her next album, Rebirth, on March 1st. The record's first single, "Get Right," will debut on New Year's Eve on MTV, with a video to follow on January 6th.

Produced by Lopez and collaborator Cory Rooney, the record will feature guest spots by rappers Fabolous (on an alternative version of "Get Right") and Fat Joe, as well as Lopez's new husband, Latin crooner Marc Anthony. Track titles include "Hold You Down," "Step Into My World," "Still Around" and "Cherry Pie."

Lopez's last album, 2002's This Is Me...Then, peaked on the charts at Number Two and has sold 2.5 million copies in the U.S.

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