A.K.A is the 10th studio album by entertainer Jennifer Lopez. The album sees Jennifer Lopez collaborating with long time producer Cory Rooney and executive producer Benny Medina, bringing a more pop and R&B sound to the album. A.K.A. re introduces fans to the sound Jennifer Lopez is synonymous with and made her famous – hip hop, r&B, dance, pop, latin and funk delivering a more entertaining and enjoyable album . A.K.A. is a showcase for where she’s at today,” says her Billboard Magazine cover story, “She raps alongside French Montana on sassy lead single “I Luh Ya Papi,” trades verses with Rick Ross on the head-bobbing gangster-love anthem “Worry No More” and delivers some of her most powerful vocal work to date on ballads “Emotions” and “Let It Be Me.” “The J.Lo we’ve loved since 1999’s On The 6 is here, absolutely - and has gotten better with time,” said People Magazine, going on to note, “She coos about romance on the catchy ‘First Love,’ but it’s the ballad ‘Let It Be Me’ that again proves she’s got the voice and, just as important, isn’t afraid to let us hear the vulnerability.” In an extensive track-by-track review, Idolator.com said, “A.K.A. is a career-best offering that takes the ultimate triple threat full circle” and hailed it as an “ambitious and eclectic pop album that is held together by sizzling beats, surprisingly personal lyrics, and Jenny’s inimitable swag.” A.K.A. features collaborations with French Montana, Rick Ross, TI, Pitbull, Iggy Azalea, Tyga, Sia, Chantal Kreviazuk, Kirby, Chris Brown, and producers Max Martin and Savan Kotecha, Detail, RoccStar, DJ Mustard, Diplo, Harmony, Pop and Oak and long-time collaborator Cory Rooney. Since her first album, On the 6, debuted in 1999, Lopez has been transforming the global music scene and has sold over 75 million albums.