Love? is the seventh studio album by American recording artist and actress Jennifer Lopez. Conceived during the pregnancy of her twins Emme and Max, Love? is Lopez's most personal album to date, taking inspiration from the birth of her twins and her own experiences with love. Recording for the album began in 2009, with an original release date for the project set for January 2010 to coincide with Lopez's latest film The Back-up Plan. However following the lack of success with lead single "Louboutins", Lopez and Sony Music Entertainment decided to end their ten year partnership leaving the fate of Love? in uncertainty. In 2010, Lopez signed a new record deal with Island Def Jam, which saw the release of Love? on April 28, 2011.
The album includes a mixture of previously recorded material, along with new songs with Tricky Stewart, The-Dream and RedOne commissioned by Island Records. The album combines R&B, pop music and hip hop songs for a mixture of club-ready singles as well as slower mid-tempo songs. Lopez refers to Love? as containing her best vocals to date. The album's first single under Island Records is "On the Floor" and features Pitbull. It is the first song from Love? to garner Canadian and US airplay and has impacted on charts around the world. Released from February 11, 2011, it reached the top five in most countries, including reaching number one in fifteen countries, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and much of continental Europe. It is Lopez's most successful single in eight years, peaking at number five in the United States.
02. Hooked On You
03. On The Floor (The Lambada Song) (Feat. Pitbull)
05. Story Of My Life
07. EverybodyÆs Girl
08. Starting Over
09. One Love
10. Fresh Out The Oven (Feat. Pitbull)
11. Greatest Part Of Me
12. Run The World (Feat. The-Dream and Rick Ross)
13. What Is Love
14. Until It Beats No More (Live)