But the lady has one goal in mind: get to Pitbull and his Voli Vodka. And then steal his glass of vodka.
The song, featuring John Ryan on the hook, finds Pitbull in his usual lane of feel-good party music that talks he and his Mr. Worldwide tendencies up to a ridiculous level.
Today (July 3) the video for Jerrod Niemann’s “Drink To That All Night (Remix)” was released and well, Pitbull and Niemann bring the party as expected.
Mr. Santana has some ideas of what the organizers of the World Cup can do with some of the money they’re making.
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.
Things are heating up on the sidelines of the World Cup Challenge — between the anthems.
Jerrod Niemann topped the charts last month with “Drink to That All Night.” Now the song has been remixed by Pitbull. “He brought it to another level,” said Niemann.
Pitbull is the undisputed king of parties in pop music, so it’s altogether fitting he’d throw a big ol’ blowout for the FIFA World Cup in his new video.
This latest version of the track follows a dancehall remix and another take that boasts verses from French Montana, Juicy J and 2 Chainz.
The duo will hit the road this fall in North America.
It looks like we can expect potential integration on the Playboy magazine and digital platforms. Hopefully that includes some Pitbull guest spots in the Playmate fold-outs.
Apple’s iTunes Festival has been a juggernaut of England’s festival scene for years and now it’s coming to America for the first time.
After the debuting the song live with a glitzy performance during this year’s AMAs, the superstars have released the official “Timber” music video, which is actually two clips in one.
Check out this handy list of what happened at the AMAs, each with an individual award of its own. From Miley’s psychedelic cat fantasies to Lady Gaga and R. Kelly’s West Wing drama, there certainly was no shortage of entertainment.
On the new track, Kesha sings her most G-rated chorus yet, while Pitbull details his Don Juan ways.
“I’m very very honest on this album,” he told Radio.com. “I’m very open. Some songs on the album are difficult to listen to at times. There is a very emotional part of the album.”