ripoll wrote: JLOz1FaNaTiC wrote: chrisjlover wrote:
JLOz1FaNaTiC wrote:Billboard Latin Songs: #28
Flop! And I called it first months ago.
Can we move on now?
Everybody did after the video released though, nearly terrible numbers.
I'm not sure if Jen is ready to move on, but I think everyone here is (and me, too).
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I called it when we first heard it. The song isn't that good. And even worse as a first single.
As much you guys think I drag her, I just see so much potential in her. How did they ever decided on a song like "NTNY" for a first release is beyond me. I wish they could erase it, but it's whatever now.
Well, do you think Amor Amor Amor will be a smash o a good choice?
Without a doubt. As a matter of fact, "Amor Amor Amor" should have been the first single.
Firstly, the song was entirely Jennifer's vibe, from the vocals (including Wisin's background vocals), to the production, and overall sound. It would have worked amazing for the Summer. Hell, even the fans voted it to be superior to "NTNY". Secondly, Wisin is by far much more respected in the game (and the streets) than Generic De Zona will ever be. He is more popular and more consistent. Gente De Zona DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT have a huge following. They are both "two hit wonders" (ask Marc who's features on both of them) who haven't had a hit in two years, nevermind on their own. Their most recent single was a complete & utter flop. Wisin on the other hand is a Latin legend. A winner of a Grammy, Latin-Grammy's, Premio Lo Nuestros, & a VMA award. He is well known in Latin America, Europe, & and the states. His most current single with Ozuna went Top 3 with ease, and he is currently 5M away from hitting 500M views on VEVO.
Lastly, we would've been sure that the first video would not have been the mess of a low budget music video that Jen decided to put out. Wisin (& Yandel) like to think extravagent. They would NEVER agree to that. They like storyline, visuals, moods, and vibrant colors. They also work closely with Jessy Terrero. And all three know exactly what the young audience want to see.
Jen & her team dropped the ball. It's pretty sad.
She deserves so much more, and is capable of so much more. But I have no idea whether she cares about her artistry, if at all.