"Let's Get Loud" is a song recorded by American singer Jennifer Lopez for her debut studio album On the 6 (1999). Originally written by the song's co-writer Gloria Estefan for herself, she felt as if the song was too similar to her previous material and passed it onto Lopez. Estefan, who co-wrote the song alongside Kike Santander, stated that Lopez would have "more fun with it" and would put "a new spin" on it. "Let's Get Loud" is sometimes regarded as Lopez's signature song. Estefan eventually released her own version of the song in 2011 as a bonus track on the deluxe Target edition of her album Miss Little Havana. Since its release, "Let's Get Loud" charted on several charts around the world, reaching the top ten on five European countries. Despite not being released in the United States, it also charted on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs. "Let's Get Loud" received positive critical response and at the 43rd Grammy Awards in 2001, Lopez earned her second consecutive nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording with the song. An accompanying music video was directed by Jeffrey Doe and filmed live at the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup.more »
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