It enjoyed a seven-week run at #1 on Billboard's R&B albums chart and also reached #23 on Billboard's main album chart. It was hailed as a comeback album, given that it provided Aretha with her first Gold record and Top 40 song since Sparkle in 1976. This album is currently out of print.
The title track, "Jump To It", was Aretha's first Pop Top 40 hit since 1976 and her first #1 R&B hit since 1977's "Break It To Me Gently". The infectious song was nominated for a Grammy Award. The album itself received an American Music Award for Best Soul Album.
(*Over 500,000 copies sold in the United States)
In 2005, Patrick Alavi released "Come To Me" which used a Sample of "Jump To It".