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The visual for “Time Of Our Lives” featuring Ne-Yo is pretty much your typical Pitbull music video. There’s numerous women shaking what their respective mommas gave them, lots of liquor (sponsored brands only of course) and plenty of partying. The only visible difference between Mr. Worldwide back in 1999 and these days is his wardrobe. It’s a little odd seeing the 33-year-old rapper without his signature suits and instead wearing Miami Hurricanes sports gear.

“Time Of Our Lives” is the latest single off Pitbull’s seventh solo album, Globalization. As of yet, none of the tracks released, “Wild Wild Love,” “Fireball,” “Celebrate,” or “We Are One (Ole Ola),” have failed to crack the Billboard Hot 100 Top 20. Love Pitbull, but perhaps he needs to take a break. Sometimes absence does make the heart grow fonder. Check out his new clip below.

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Who would’ve guessed that Pitbull was such a Swiftie? Not in a million years for me, but apparently he is and like most radio listeners, he’s a fan of “Blank Space.” So much so, he decided to record an unofficial remix for Taylor Swift’s current smash.

He reveals in the prelude that he was so impressed with the 25-year-old singer’s performance at the American Music Awards which he hosted, he felt compelled to jump on it and add his signature swagger.

Unlike his usual lyrics of downing Fireball or anything partying related, Mr. Worldwide gets a little introspective. Guess T-Swizzle’s songwriting process is rubbing off on him. Check out the remix below which is just essentially Pitbull rapping for about a minute before Taylor’s song kicks in.

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One of the things I look most forward to at this time of year is DJ Earworm’s annual music video, mashing up the calendar year’s 25 biggest Billboard hits. With the decline of EDM on the Hot 100 chart, Earworm (real name: Jordan Roseman) tells Billboard he went with a more mellower approach.

“The thing that has been most notable in the past two or three years is the decline of EDM,” says Earworm of the 25 songs he selected for this year’s song. “The ‘United State of Pop’ became this dance track from ’09 to ’12, and then starting last year, there just wasn’t enough in that genre to fully support it, so I went down-tempo. And this year, ‘Timber,’ which was popular in January, is the only popular dance track I’m dealing with. It’s definitely down-tempo, so you have to decide, how is this going to go? How am I going to maintain the energy levels while being true to the sound of the year?”

It truly is remarkable how he weaves ballads like Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and John Legend’s “All Of Me” with hip-hop anthems like Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” and Iggy Azalea’s “Black Widow,” along with dance tracks DJ Snake’s “Turn Down For What” and Pitbull’s “Timber.” Check out the DJ/Producer’s latest masterpiece below, along with a list of which tracks made the cut.

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The 2014 American Music Awards were handed out Sunday night at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles with Pitbull presiding over the ceremonies once again. Heading into the evening, Iggy Azalea led the pack with six AMA nominations. One Direction, however, ended up being the night’s big winner, taking home three awards- Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group, and Favorite Pop/Rock Album for Midnight Memories.

Unlike the VMAs though, Azalea didn’t go home empty-handed this time. The Aussie femcee won two categories. Taylor Swift also got in on the action by earning the event’s most prestigious honor. The legendary Diana Ross presented the “Blank Space” singer with the first-ever Dick Clark Award of Excellence!

Katy Perry and Sam Smith took home honors for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist respectively. Check out all the winners below.

In between all the acceptance speeches, there was a whopping 18 performances crammed into the three-hour telecast. There was something for everyone with artists ranging from teen dreams 5 Seconds of Summer to R&B veteran Mary J. Blige. My favorites of the night were Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea and Jessie J reuniting with Nicki Minaj and Grande.

On the flip side, I took bathroom breaks during Selena Gomez, Magic! and Fergie‘s set. Was it me, or did the Duchess move awkwardly slow and look a tad stiff? No disrespect but she looked like Iggy’s grandmother on stage. Check out the performances below.

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For those hoping my Pitbull obsession would die soon, you’re out of lucky. It still burns inexplicably bright for Mr. Worldwide. Maybe one day it’ll fade away, but that isn’t today :)

The 33-year-old rapper debuts another track off his forthcoming album, Globalization, in stores November 24. “Time Of Our Lives” reunites Pitbull with Ne-Yo. The two previously collaborated on the 2011 chart-topper “Give Me Everything.”

As you would expect, “Time Of Our Lives” is another party anthem with a killer celebratory hook. The duo dedicate the track to everyone who’s going through tough times. Kind of a change of pace from Pitbull’s usual lyrics of bottle service, downing shots of Fireball and sunny destinations. It’s not groundbreaking but a fun listen. Let loose and check it out below.

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As many of you know, I’m inexplicably infatuated with Mr. Worldwide. Maybe one day, I can get to the bottom of it. Until then, expect to see anything Pitbull-related on the site.

The 33-year-old rapper is usually seen accompanied by scantily-clad women in his music videos. He trades in his trademark video hos in his latest visual for some adorable animated penguins. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private to be exact.

Celebrate” is a family-friendly pop jam for the new animated movie Penguins of Madagascar. It’ll also appear on his forthcoming album Globalization due out November 24. As you’d expect, the video is a tad cheesy but appropriate given its purpose. With that said, I can still see it being a club anthem at every club down on South Beach. Give it a view below.

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Pitbull Debuts Fireball Video Featuring John Ryan

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Call me biased (I love him), but can Pitbull do any wrong when it comes to churning out club bangers. The 33-year-old rapper consistently provides the goods with “Timber” and “Feel This Moment” being excellent examples.

For his latest “Fireball,” a Latin-tinged scorcher, Pitbull enlists newcomer John Ryan to provide the vocals. It’s off his forthcoming album, Globalization, due out early next year. David Rousseau directs the accompanying visual which features Mr. Worldwide do what he does best- party. This time, however, in a roaring 20s-type setting. Check out the clip below.

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YouTube recently compiled the most-played music videos for the first half of 2014. Not surprisingly with the entire planet having World Cup fever, a couple official anthems by Pitbull and Shakira for the sporting event cracked the Top 10. The “Hips Don’t Lie” singer also snatched a second spot thanks to her collaboration “Can’t Remember To Forget You” with Rihanna.

Frozen‘s “Let It Go” sing-a-long version, Chainsmokers viral “#SELFIE” and Iggy Azalea also made the cut. The honor for most-played video though goes to Katy Perry. Her “Dark Horse” visual has amassed a staggering 485 million plays. Check out the Top 10 below.

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