Happy anniversary, Jennifer Lopez!
J.Lo's hit "Jenny From the Block," turns 15 today and, don't worry, we are no longer fooled by the rocks that she's got.
The now-iconic earworm was the first single off Lopez's third studio album, This Is Me... Then, and was all about how fame and fortune couldn't change her or take her away from her roots, the South Bronx.
The megahit reached No. 3 on Billlboard's Hot 100 chart and featured a ton of sampling, using pieces from (very appropriately) Boogie Down Productions' "South Bronx," as well as 20th Century Steel Band's "Heaven and Hell Is on Earth" and The Beatnuts' "Watch Out Now."