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"Until It Beats No More" is a soft rock ballad, with a length of three minutes and fifty-two seconds.
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It was written by Evan Bogart, Jörgen Elofsson and Troy "Radio" Johnson with the latter also producing and audio engineering the track.
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Kuk Harrell recorded, engineered and edited Jennifer's vocals for the song at Pulse Recording in Los Angeles, California with additional editing from Chris "Tek" O'Ryan. The song was later mixed by Trevor Muzzy.
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==Lyric Interpretation==
 
==Lyric Interpretation==
 
==Song Usage in Media==
 
==Song Usage in Media==

Revision as of 17:06, April 20, 2014

Until It Beats No More' is a song recorded by Jennifer Lopez for her seventh studio album Love?

The song was written by Evan Bogart and Jörgen Elofsson with its producer Troy "Radio" Johnson. It is a soft rock ballad that speaks of a love that never dies.

Music critics made note of "Until It Beats No More" being an ode to Jennifer's then-husband Marc Anthony.

The song received generally positive acclaim from music critics, who cited it as a stand-out track on "Love?"

Upon the release of the album, the song debuted at number nine on the South Korea Gaon International Chart.

"Until It Beats No More" has been performed live on numerous occasions, most notably at an anniversary concert for the Mohegan Sun casino in Uncasville, Connecticut where Jennifer broke down in tears after the performance.

The song was used as background music during Jennifer's "My World" commercial for the Fiat 500.

The commercial depicts her leaving Manhattan and making her way to hometown of The Bronx, New York.

Controversy arose when it was revealed that Jennifer had not filmed the commercial in The Bronx, but instead filmed the close-up shots in Los Angeles while a body double was used for the driving scenes in The Bronx.

Song Production

"Until It Beats No More" is a soft rock ballad, with a length of three minutes and fifty-two seconds.

It was written by Evan Bogart, Jörgen Elofsson and Troy "Radio" Johnson with the latter also producing and audio engineering the track.

Kuk Harrell recorded, engineered and edited Jennifer's vocals for the song at Pulse Recording in Los Angeles, California with additional editing from Chris "Tek" O'Ryan. The song was later mixed by Trevor Muzzy.

Lyric Interpretation

Song Usage in Media

Live Performances

Chart Performance

Personnel

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