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  • Summary: The ninth full-length studio release from Jennifer Lopez was inspired by her renewed relationship with Ben Affleck and is a companion to the musical film
    "This Is Me...Now: A Love Story" and music documentary "The Greatest Love Story Never Told".
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Feb 26, 2024
    Instead of breaking new ground or forging a new aspect of her persona, This Is Me…Now, through its title, capitalizes on what already exists.
  2. Feb 22, 2024
    The album is relatively streamlined and sleek, containing no guest appearances and showing no overt attempts at chasing trends.
  3. Feb 21, 2024
    As a synergistic mythmaking effort, the album is certainly doing its job; as music to soundtrack your actual life, well, it’s about time lute pop got its shine.
  4. 60
    She’s still in her prime, as you can tell when she delivers a knockout vocal on the guitar-backed ballad “Broken Like Me”. .... But for all her promises to show us the “real her”, it’s a struggle to see it in the slick and sexy production of tracks such as “Mad in Love” or “Rebound”.
  5. Feb 20, 2024
    Considering this is her first album since 2014, it’s unfortunate that it can feel a little one-note. A Romeo and Juliet-esque yearning wasn’t necessarily expected or desired, and it doesn’t always serve her best across this effort.
  6. Feb 21, 2024
    For an album that promised to show us the real Jennifer Lopez straight from the heart, it struggles to stand on its own two feet. This Is Me…Now ultimately loses itself in its self-indulgent proclamations of heart and the supposedly greatest love story never told.
  7. Feb 20, 2024
    There are nice moments of nostalgia: banger Hearts and Flowers references Jenny from the Block, while the excellent Rebound is a throwback R&B jam accentuated by fluttering harp. But songs such as To Be Yours and Not.going.anywhere offer very little outside of simply soundtracking a cosy night in chez Bennifer.

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