JLOz1FaNaTiC wrote:CosTaSsSs wrote:JLOz1FaNaTiC wrote:CosTaSsSs wrote:No more buzz singles, she should just release another single and that's it... Who expects her Spanish songs to smash... seriously? She's building her latin audience and Ni Tu Ni Yo was a good start, second single should be with Maluma or Nicky Jam.
I do. You guys are acting like this is her first rodeo show. She's respected in the Latin scene.
"No Me Ames" was hugely successful. "Que Hiciste" was successful. "Follow The Leader" was successful. "Adrenalina" was successful. Hell, wasn't "Ven A Bailar" #2? "Como Ama Una Mujer" was also successful (per Latin standards) with ease.
She also performed at the Latin Grammy's, Latin Billboard Awards, Dominican Republic, & Macy's July 4th, for this era. Not to mention, the amount of clips/snippets that she posted on her IG/Live.
So, yes I expect her to do more than well considering all this hype. Why do you guys always try to find a way to excuse her?
She needs more than that, besides latin community never respects her because she doesn't "support" Spanish in a way they think she should do. Even my professor at my Spanish course (she's Mexican) she dragged her for not being able to speak Spanish fluently and for not having Spanish songs (she probably meant hit song). lol
1st Latin Actress to be paid 1M dollars
Highest Paid Latina in Hollywood
3 #1's on the Billboard Latin Songs Charts
Countless Top 10's on Latin Chart
#1 Album on the Billboard Latin Albums chart
Premio Lo Nuestro Award
Premios Juventud "Global Icon" Award
Billboard Latin "Star" Award
Most Influential Hispanic Entertainer in the U.S.
2x AMAs for Favorite Latin Artist
10x Billboard Latin Awards
14x Premios Juvented Awards
2x Latin-Grammy nominations
(Standing ovation at Premios Juventud in 2007)
But no respect? Stop excusing her.
P.S. - Your Spanish profesor should be fired for her bias & ignorant commentary. Change schools before it's too late ma.
Hummm, i thought JLOz1FaNaTiC said most of these noms and awards were irrelevant a couple of months ago.
The thing is... JLo has a relevancy in entertainment, but she is not relevant in music. Most people who buy her stuff or follow her on social medias, like her because she is JLo - they follow the persona, not the actress or the singer. She missed many chances to connect with her latin audience and releasing 1 spanish single in featurings every year doesn't help tho. At this point of her career, she should already be putting out her 4th spanish album. It's delusional to expect the latin audience to jump on a song just because it's her song. Not even her main audience does that for her.