All I Have is a song recorded by Jennifer Lopez featuring rapper LL Cool J.
The song was written by Jennifer, Makeba Riddick, Curtis Richardson and Ron G and produced by Cory Rooney, Ron G * Dave McPherson.
The song was released in December of 2002 as the second single from Jennifer's third studio album This Is Me... Then.
The song samples Debra Laws' song "Very Special" who later filed a lawsuit in 2003 against Sony Music Entertainment for "misappropriating her voice" in the song and her name in the credits.
The song is a midtempo R&B and hip-hop ballad about moving on after a breakup.
It received favorable reviews from music critics who applauded the chemistry between Lopez and LL Cool J.
The song was a huge success on the charts, reaching number one in the United States (remaining at the top for four weeks) and New Zealand and entering the top five and the top ten in several countries.
After the success of "All I Have" with LL Cool J, the track was included on the re-issue of his album 10.
The song was ranked as the 15th most successful song on the Billboard Hot 100 of 2003.