Thursday, February 24, 2011

JLowww 'On The Floor' W/Airwaves Assault

Just when you thought it was safe to return to radio.... Jennifer Lopez is using her role as an "American Idol" judge to remind the masses that she's an "artist," too! It's been eight years since she scored her last top 10 hit ("All I Have," featuring LL Cool J), and she has to be feeling pretty desperate at this point.

After all... well, first, she has no talent for singing. It was always about overtly produced vocals and zealously edited music videos trying desperately to prove that she had the moves. And of course, let's remember that JLowww is no longer the young sexpot she once was; girlfriend is 41 now.
Ah, for the days of If You Had My Love," "Waiting for Tonight" and "Ain't It Funny," all cute dance ditties you just sang along to, drowning out the cacophony of Lopez's voice. Then she had to get all serious: As top 40 radio rabidly indulged hip-hop and urban, she became "Jenny on the Block," about as convincing as white bread posing as Rye-Flax.

And now here she is again, with the gruesome "On the Floor," featuring Pitbull. This is one of the worst assaults yet from JLowww... “If you’re an animal, tear it up on the floor,” she chants. “If you’re a criminal, kill it on the floor, steal in on the floor” (huh?), followed by Pitbull rhyming about something indistinguishable in his creepy gutteral rap.

Ms. Lopez, with this crap, "Idol" would have sent you home long before you ever made it to Hollywood.