Rebirth (Jennifer Lopez album)

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Rebirth
Studio album by Jennifer Lopez
Released March 1, 2005 (U.S.)
March 21, 2005 (Europe)
Recorded M2004; 2nd Floor Recording
(Orlando, Florida)
Cove City Sound Studios
(Glen Cove, New York)
Night Flight Recording Studios
(Fort Washington, Maryland)
Pie Studios
(Glen Cove, New York)
Sony Music Studios
(New York City, New York)
The Hit Factory Criteria
(Miami, Florida)
The Poolhouse
(Long Island, New York)
The Poolhouse West
(Encino, Los Angeles, California)
The Record Plant
(Hollywood, Los Angeles, California)
Genre R&B, Pop, soul, hip hop, funk
Length 48:17
Language English
Label Epic Records
Producer Cory Rooney (also executive), Marc Anthony, Rich Harrison, Darkchild, Fred Jerkins III, Robert Anthony, Big Boi, Timbaland, Nyce Boy, Gregory Bruno, Cutmaster Swift, Danja, Hector Diaz
Jennifer Lopez chronology
This Is Me... Then
(2002)
Rebirth
(2005)
Como Ama una Mujer
(2007)
Singles from Rebirth
  1. "Get Right"
    Released: March 15, 2005
  2. "Hold You Down"
    Released: May 31, 2005
  3. "Cherry Pie"
    Released: unreleased

Rebirth is the fifth album by Jennifer Lopez. Epic Records released two singles to promote the album. They scheduled to release three singles, but after the success of "Hold You Down", they decided not to release "Cherry Pie".

Track listing[change | edit source]

  1. "Get Right" (Rich Harrison, James Brown) – 3:45
  2. "Step into My World" (Rodney Jerkins, Delisha Thomas, Fred Jerkins III, Hector Diaz) – 4:05
  3. "Hold You Down" (featuring Fat Joe) (Gregory Christopher, Gregory Bruno, Makeba Riddick, Joseph Cartagena, Cory Rooney, Larry Troutman, Billy Beck) – 4:32
    • Contains elements of Shirley Murdock's "As We Lay" (Larry Troutman, Billy Beck)
  4. "Whatever You Wanna Do" (Harrison, Delma Anthony Churchill, Harvey Fuqua, Kenneth L. Hawkins) – 3:49
    • Contains elements of The Nite-Liters' "Con-Funk-Shun" (Delma Anthony Churchill, Harvey Fuqua, Kenneth L. Hawkins)
  5. "Cherry Pie" (Jennifer Lopez, Tim Kelley, Bob Robinson, Rooney) – 4:06
  6. "I Got U" (Jerkins, Jerkins, Thomas, LaShawn Daniels, Aaron Pearce) – 3:57
  7. "Still Around" (Antwan Patton, Archie Hall, Rooney) – 3:22
  8. "Ryde or Die" (Robert "Big Bert" Smith, Blake English, Brandy Norwood) – 4:03
  9. "I, Love" (Kelley, Robinson, Rooney) – 3:42
  10. "He'll Be Back" (Walter Millsap III, Candice Nelson, Tim Mosley) – 4:18
  11. "(Can't Believe) This Is Me" (Lopez, Marc Anthony, Rooney) – 4:44
  12. "Get Right" (featuring Fabolous) (Harrison, Brown) – 3:50
    • Contains elements of Maceo & the Macks' "Soul Power '74" (James Brown)

Japanese edition[change | edit source]

  1. "Get Right" (Instrumental)

iTunes edition[change | edit source]

  1. "Get Right" (Hip Hop Remix featuring Fabolous)

DualDisc edition[change | edit source]

Includes a DVD featuring the entire album in enhanced stereo plus the contents below:

  1. Rebirth Documentary
  2. "Get Right" (Video)
  3. "Get Right" (featuring Fabolous) (Video)

Personnnel[change | edit source]

  • Jennifer Lopez – vocals
  • Marco Britti – drums
  • Mario Guini – guitar
  • Bob Robinson – electric guitar
  • Erben Perez – bass
  • Cory Rooney – keyboards
  • Tim Kelley – bass, keyboards
  • Delisha Thomas – background vocals
  • Andrea Mendez – background vocals
  • Candice Nelson – background vocals
  • Makeba Riddick – background vocals
  • Rudaina Haddad – background vocals

Production[change | edit source]

  • Mert Alas – photography
  • Jim Annunziato – assistant engineer
  • Marc Anthony – producer
  • Robert Anthony – producer
  • Chris Avedon – engineer
  • Scotty Beats – engineer
  • Big Boi – producer
  • Gregory Bruno – producer
  • Cutmaster Swift – producer
  • Danja – producer
  • Hector Diaz – programming, producer
  • Dylan Ely – assistant engineer
  • Mike Evans – production coordination
  • Katie Grand – stylist
  • Rich Harrison – programming, producer
  • Fred "Uncle Freddie" Jerkins III – producer
  • Rodney Jerkins – programming, producer
  • Tim Kelley – drum programming
  • Peter Wade Keusch – engineer, mixing
  • Jennifer Lopez – executive producer
  • Andrew McKay – production coordination
  • Nyce Boy – producer
  • Oribe – hair stylist
  • Julian Peploe – art direction
  • William E. Pettaway Jr. – production coordination
  • Marcus Piggott – photography
  • Herb Powers – mastering
  • Geneva Randolph – production coordination
  • Cory Rooney – producer, executive producer, vocal producer
  • Bruce Swedien – engineer, mixing
  • Delisha Thomas – vocal arrangement
  • Charlotte Tilbury – make-up
  • Timbaland – producer
  • Mike Tschupp – assistant engineer

Charts[change | edit source]

Chart (2005)[1][2] Peak
position
Australian ARIA Albums Chart 10
Austrian Albums Chart 5
Belgian Ultratop 50 Albums (Flanders) 4
Belgian Ultratop 50 Albums (Wallonia)[3] 4
Canadian Albums Chart 2
Danish Albums Chart 15
European Top 100 Albums[4] 1
Dutch Albums Chart 1
Finnish Albums Chart 19
French SNEP Albums Chart 7
German Albums Chart 3
Hungarian Mahasz Albums Chart[5] 3
Irish Albums Chart 9
Chart (2005) Peak
position
Italian FIMI Albums Chart[3] 3
Japanese Oricon Albums Chart[6] 3
New Zealand RIANZ Albums Chart 22
Norwegian Albums Chart 25
Polish Albums Chart[7] 8
Portuguese Albums Chart 11
Spanish PROMUSICAE Albums Chart 2
Swedish Albums Chart 14
Swiss Albums Chart 1
UK Albums Chart 8
U.S. Billboard 200 2
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 2
U.S. Billboard Top Internet Albums 2

References[change | edit source]

Preceded by
All Systems Go! by Di-rect
Dutch Albums Chart number-one album
March 5, 2005
Succeeded by
Hotel New York by Anouk
Preceded by
American Idiot by Green Day
Swiss Albums Chart number-one album
March 13, 2005
Succeeded by
Le train des Enfoirés by Les Enfoirés
Preceded by
American Idiot by Green Day
European Top 100 Albums number-one album
March 19, 2005
Succeeded by
The Massacre by 50 Cent