In this Tuesday, June 10, 2014 file photo, Jennifer Lopez poses for a portrait in promotion of her new album "AKA" at the Standard High Line Hotel, in New York. (Photo by Dan Hallman/Invision/AP, file)
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Jennifer Lopez remembers the days when her record label budgeted $1 million for one of her music videos.Lopez, who released her eighth album, "A.K.A.," on Tuesday, says the music industry no longer feels like Oz.Since then, she's had some successful singles, but she's no longer one of pop's "it" girls, racking up multiple hits, earning Grammy nominations and winning other accolades.The performer hopes fans can hear the work she's done in the past four years on "A.K.A.," an album filled with pop, R&B and dance sounds.-- Lopez's first album for Capitol Music Group -- would sell about 30,000 units next week, her lowest sales for a debut week.However, other tracks featuring Robin Thicke, Wiz Khalifa and Maxwell didn't make the project.Lopez says she's been asked to return to "Idol" next season and plans to do so if her schedule allows. And Lopez, who is also producing TV shows and may dabble in directing and Broadway, isn't concerned about the decline in the show's ratings.
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