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„Ain’t It Funny“ is a Latin pop song written by American singer-songwriter Jennifer Lopez and Cory Rooney for Lopez’s second studio album, J.Lo (2001). It was produced by Rooney and Dan Shea and was released as the album’s third international single in the middle of 2001.

„Ain’t It Funny“ was the third international single from J.Lo. Although originally set for European and Australian release only, promotional singles of the song were sent out to U.S. radio stations in the autumn of 2001 after the success of „I’m Real“ in the U.S. Lopez even stopped by MTV’s Total Request Live to premier the video and explain the concept of the song. She said she had written the song while filming The Wedding Planner. The song was originally intended for the film’s soundtrack, but did not make the final cut.

Due to lack of promotion and radio airplay, the single did not receive a proper U.S. commercial release and was therefore ineligible to chart on any of the Billboard charts. It nevertheless became an international hit, reaching the top five in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Sweden, the top ten in Belgium, Switzerland, Norway, Ireland, and Australia. „Ain’t It Funny“ later received a hip hop-oriented remix entitled „Ain’t It Funny“ (Murder Remix), which appeared on Lopez’s 2002 remix album J to tha L-O!: The Remixes; it went on to be far more successful than the original track in the United States. Unlike „I’m Real“, „Ain’t It Funny„‘s original version and its remix charted separately.


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