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Jennifer Lopez has been keeping a low profile for a while now. Some of that time has been voluntary -- motherhood and running a family are no joke -- and sme of it hasn't; her 2007 album Brave was her least successful album, commercially. But with a couple of proven hit-makers behind the boards, Jennifer Lopez is looking to make a comeback with "Good Hit."
Produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, "Good Hit," which will likely be featured on Lopez's long-awaited Love album, features a rather different sound. Especially since we don't really hear Jennifer Lopez's voice.
No, the track isn't an instrumental, rather it seems to be the opening salvo in the Great Auto-Tune Comeback of Mid 2010 (you read it here first).
Over a slick dance beat, Jennifer Lopez sings about dropping it low in a voice coated with the much-maligned but incredibly popular vocal filter.
You can listen to a snippet of the "Good Hit" below. What do you think? Is Auto Tune back? Or should it stay locked away somewhere in T-Pain's storage space? Let us know in the comments!
+ Listen to a snippet of Jennifer Lopez's "Good Hit" here.