Tracks from Jennifer Lopez, Ja Rule, Celine Dion, and Kylie Minogue are among the 20 selections to be found on the 10th edition of the multi-artist hits compilation "NOW That's What I Call Music!," du
Tracks from Jennifer Lopez, Ja Rule, Celine Dion, and Kylie Minogue are among the 20 selections to be found on the 10th edition of the multi-artist hits compilation "NOW That's What I Call Music!," due July 23 from Epic in conjunction with the other major labels. The latest album goes a bit heavier on up-and-coming artists then past "NOW" sets, with tracks from B2K, Jade Anderson, Musiq, Paulina Rubio, and Vanessa Carlton.
More established artists are also well represented, including Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, 'N Sync featuring Nelly, the late Aaliyah, Moby, and Blink-182. Britney Spears turns in the Darkchild remix of "Overprotected," while Lopez and Nas offer the Track Masters remix of "I'm Gonna Be Alright."
As previously reported, the ninth edition of "NOW That's What I Call Music!" has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for U.S. shipments of 2 million copies. It debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 in March.
Each of the other eight albums have at least been certified platinum. Released in 2000, the fifth volume has the highest certification at quadruple platinum, while volumes seven and eight have reached the triple-platinum plateau. Volumes four and seven have also been certified for double-platinum shipments.
Here's the tracklisting for "NOW That's What I Call Music!" Vol. 10:
"Overprotected" (the Darkchild remix), Britney Spears
"Can't Get Your Out of My Head," Kylie Minogue
"Escape," Enrique Iglesias
"I've Got You," Marc Anthony
"Girlfriend," 'N Sync (the Neptunes remix featuring Nelly)
"I'm Gonna Be Alright," Jennifer Lopez/Nas (Track Masters remix)
"Don't Say Goodbye," Paulina Rubio
"Move It Like This," Baha Men
"More Than a Woman," Aaliyah
"Uh Huh," B2K
"Always on Time," Ja Rule/Ashanti
"Sugar High," Jade Anderson
"Underneath Your Clothes," Shakira
"A Thousand Miles," Vanessa Carlton
"A New Day Has Come," Celine Dion
"We Are All Made of Stars," Moby
"First Date," Blink-182
"Stillness of the Heart," Lenny Kravitz