11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull's indomitable moxie is reunited here with super-producers like Dr. Luke and Max Martin, and the energy never dies. "Fireball" unapologetically winks at "Tequila" with its hook, "Day Drinking" splits the difference between reggae and country, and "Celebrate" samples Rare Earth's "I Just Want to Celebrate," which might as well be the Cuban-American's motto. The 2014 World Cup anthem "We Are One (Ole Ola)" rounds out the proceedings.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull's indomitable moxie is reunited here with super-producers like Dr. Luke and Max Martin, and the energy never dies. "Fireball" unapologetically winks at "Tequila" with its hook, "Day Drinking" splits the difference between reggae and country, and "Celebrate" samples Rare Earth's "I Just Want to Celebrate," which might as well be the Cuban-American's motto. The 2014 World Cup anthem "We Are One (Ole Ola)" rounds out the proceedings.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
883 Ratings

883 Ratings

Gauchitos69 ,

Good singles hope and expect the same.

Pitbull has changed his sound from when he started in southern rap to global pop artist. We know a Pitbull song when we hear it and we continue to expect catchy tunes for the car and the club.

Jasmany ,

Smh

This is why hip hop is dead

jesusthefourth ,

Terrible

Pitbull is terrible. He should have never begun a singing career.

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