I love a slow jam as much as the next person, but sometimes a girl’s just gotta dance. Finally, Ciara shares an uptempo track off her forthcoming Jackie album. And a killer one at that. Cici enlists not one, but two powerhouses. Frequent collaborators Missy Elliot and Pitbull throw it down on the Polow Da Don-produced track.
It’s nice to see Ciara switching things up. This has massive potential to become a hit this summer. I can already visualize the 29-year-old singer dropping some killer moves in the music video. Give “That’s How I’m Feelin’” a listen below and weigh in afterward.
As you all know, I’m always down for a Pitbull collaboration. My inexplicable obsession with Mr. Worldwide hasn’t passed yet ;)
This time around, the 34-year-old rapper joins forces with Ricky Martin. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe it’s the first time they’ve teamed up. Shocking, right?
Martin debuted “Mr. Put It Down” on New York City’s 103.5 last night. The English-language track is pretty bangin’ and features a club-ready beat. For the meantime, I only have a low quality version but once a better version pops up, I’ll update it. Check out the hot new single below and weigh in afterward.
UPDATE: Official Audio now embedded.
With “Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line and Nelly and “Wake Me Up” by Avicii picking up AMAs for Single Of The Year and Electronic Dance Music Artist respectively, country music is hotter than ever. Pitbull, like Avicci, incorporates the genre with his signature sound. The result is a surprisingly catchy country-dance track featuring Ke$ha. The accompanying video pretty much falls in line with the duo’s “Timber” performance on last night’s American Music Awards.
Ke&ha channels her inner Coyote Ugly as she plays bartender and head bitch to some hoochie country line-dancing troupe as they execute a sexy version of the Texas Two Step. I must say, the Western look really works on the “Tik Tok” singer. Meanwhile, Pitbull feeds dolphins and goes swimming wearing his pastel blue suit. Gotta give Mr. Worldwide credit for sticking with his look no matter what. Check out the newly-released clip below.
This Sunday, Pitbull hosts the 41st American Music Awards. The following day he’s releasing Global Warming: Meltdown. It’s a reissue of his last album and will include all the tracks featured on 2012’s Global Warming along with five brand new tracks. One of which is “Timber“- a collaboration with Ke$ha that peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.
His other new tracks showcase artists Mayer Hawthorne, Mohombi and INNA. Let’s face it though, the one everyone is looking forward to is by the former Destiny’s Child member. The sensational Kelly Rowland teams up Mr. Miami for a sexy duet that is primed to be a club banger this holiday season.
While I love R&B Kelly, it’s fantastic to have her vocals return to a throbbing dance beat. Like most of Pitbull’s dance-pop concoctions, “That High” features a killer hook. This one is even more addicting since Rowland delivers it. Check it out below.
It appears Avicii started a trend with his infectious hit, “Wake Me Up.” Even Pitbull, the undisputed king of the Miami dance, is going country. The 32-year-old rapper fuses his club-friendly sound with a honky-tonk vibe. Joining him on “Timber” for a little dosey doe is glitter queen herself, Ke$ha.
Hardcore fans of the “Die Young” singer have recently launched a campaign to release her from Dr. Luke’s grip. They might have a change of heart after hearing this country dance diddy. It’s pretty darn good, ya’ll.
“Timber” isn’t the first collaboration between Pitbull and Ke$ha. The two joined forces in 2009 with “Girls” and most recently on a remix of Ke$ha’s recent “Crazy Kids.” By far, this is their best IMHO. Give it a listen below.
It’s time to break out the party vibes because it is PRIDE SEASON!! What better way to enjoy the penultimate celebration of gay culture than a week full of fun events and parties. It all kicks off Thursday, Aug 1st at Bar None, 1222 Hamilton St. at Davie, in Yaletown as PITBULL! events throws its first Pride party in Vancouver. Come join hundreds of other guys who are going to be dancing and drinking all night long!! Read the rest of this entry »
There are no words. I suppose when a song begins with, “Damn, that white girl got some ass,” one shouldn’t expect too much from the music video. If feminists were outraged with all the breast-baring women in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” their collective panties are going to be in a tight bunch after watching Flo Rida and Pitbull’s “We Can’t Believe It” clip.
The music video almost makes Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” look tasteful. At least he had the decency to show women in their entirety, not just a series of legs and butts parading around all over the place. I’m not even going to mention who directed the video. That’s how horrible it is and I’m actually a Pitbull fan too.
I’m ashamed to almost admit it, but after watching the clip, the stupid chorus managed to get stuck in my head. UGH, I’m so disappointed in myself ;) Check out “We Can’t Believe It” below. The song title pretty much sums up my feelings. I’m still in disbelief this got made.
What’s your song of the summer so far? Is it Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky?” How about “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke? Perhaps it’s Pitbull and Christina Aguilera’s catchy dance anthem “Feel This Moment?” DJ Earworm definitely considers them as viable contenders for the 2013 summer crown. The musical genius has once again worked his magic and delivered another wicked mashup. Praise the dance gods he doesn’t just do a year-end one.
Along with the aforementioned tracks, DJ Earworm includes hit tracks from Demi Lovato, Rihanna, Icona Pop, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Zedd, will.i.am and Justin Bieber to name a few. Props to my buddy Trevor Guthrie for getting a nod for his collaboration with Armin van Buuren in the mashup.
As much as I love DJ Earworm’s latest masterpiece, I feel he unfairly snubbed Selena Gomez’s “Come & Get It,” Mariah Carey’s “#Beautiful,” Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors,” and Miley Cyrus’ oddly addicting “We Can’t Stop.” I’ve definitely have all those songs on heavy rotation. Check out Earworm’s new mash below.