So it is officially #HispanicHeritageMonth, and we at True Exclusives will celebrating all month long by highlighting some of our favorite Latin entertainers (Past & Present), sharing some uplifting Hispanic quotes on facebook and instagram, and stories all month long. To kick off the month, we will jump start with a rewind from our fellow Bronx Boricua, the trendsetting Puerto Rican herself, Jennifer Lopez.
Our Boriquen Bae, that we all know as J.Lo has released eight studio albums, two compilation albums, one extended play, three box sets, 47 singles, and nine promotional singles. Following a ten-year career in dance and acting, Lopez signed a record deal with the Work Group to launch her music career. She made her chart debut in May 1999 with “If You Had My Love”, which reached number one in six countries. It was followed by the release of her debut studio album, On the 6 (1999), which peaked within the top five in several countries including Germany, Canada, and Switzerland. Apart from her debut single, four more singles were released from On the 6: “Waiting for Tonight”,“Feelin’ So Good” and “Let’s Get Loud“.
So let’s take a journey back to the 90’s and revisit a ground breaking musical moment for ‘La Reina del Bronx” by viewing her first official music video below. The Darkchild produced “If You Had My Love” is still one of our favorite songs by Jenny, and over a decade later, it still bangs as if it were just released! Check out and celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth with True Exclusives.