When we spoke with Jerrod Niemann earlier this year about the merging of hip-hop and EDM in country music he told us he had his own remix coming up that crossed genre lines, but wouldn’t elaborate more than that.
Did Timber take its sound from a 1978 jazz tune called San Francisco Bay???
Is that a mini baseball bat? I mean, c’mon man!
This morning, Pitbull sat down with Gayle King on CBS This Morning to talk not about his salacious live shows in casinos, but rather his philanthropy.
Jerrod Niemann topped the country singles charts last month with his song “Drink to That All Night.” Now the song has been remixed by Pitbull.
The star-studded new album from Jennifer Lopez finally has a track list that confirms its collaborations, in all giving a clearer picture of what to expect on the pop star’s eighth studio album.
Well, there’s no surprise here! Why wouldn’t you want the two girls with two of the biggest songs in the country right now performing?
Rapper Lil Jon’s reinvention as an EDM kingpin rolls on, as his DJ Snake’s party anthem “Turn Down for What,” on which the rapper is widely featured, has been given the remix treatment for the third time, this time featuring appearances from Ludacris and the seemingly ubiquitous Pitbull.
Days after first revealing the news at the Billboard Latin Music Conference, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull have confirmed the dates and stops of their upcoming co-headlining tour.
Enrique & Pitbull reunite and share the stage for a 15-city AEG Live tour with a visit to Orlando’s Amway Center on October 21.