Of his collaborator, Pitbull says, “I think it’s all about being happy. And I think there [are] two words you can’t define: ‘normal’ and ‘happy.’”
“What I like about the Wanted is they have these huge pop records and have this pop appeal but at the same time they’re young, they’re loose, they’re getting wild out there,” he said.
Pitbull is the latest artist in the music community to show his support for President Obama.
The DJ doesn’t call herself a fashionista, despite what some fans may think.
When Drake released the song “Enough Said,” in which he collaborated with the late singer, Aaliyah, the Canadian rapper took on a lot of heat. Ne-Yo recently took the side of Drake in the ongoing debate over posthumous releases.
The DJ Tweets a lot. Find out who she recommends following on Twitter.
The lead single from his upcoming album ‘Global Warming,’ Pitbull alludes to his popularity when he raps “Only ball I drop: New Years, Times Square.”
Mr. Worldwide was in good spirits yesterday after an online prank landed him in Kodiak, Alaska, for a performance.
With a distinct bass beat that’s bound to make it’s way into the clubs this summer, we can always count on Fergie and Pitbull to get the party started.
How much do you want Pitbull to perform in your town, at the local Walmart? Probably not as much as the Internet want to send him to a remote corner of Alaska.