15 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull’s fourth album is his most diverse effort to date. While there is nothing here as effortlessly catchy as “C**o,” it takes a lot of guts for the Cuban-American MC to push his boundaries and fortunately he adapts well to different settings. His machine-gun flow is the perfect fit for “Juice Box,” a skittering outburst produced by pioneering Baltimore club producer DJ Class. Pitbull also flirts with hard rock on “Can’t Stop Me Now,” which features a stomping guitar riff straight out of Jack White’s playbook. In a tribute to the glitz of his native Miami, “Shut It Down” echoes the glory days of ‘80s electro. While longtime fans might bemoan its lack of hardcore reggaeton, Rebelution is not short on tracks that put Pitbull in high-impact mode. “I Know You Want Me” and “Krazy” are jet-propelled bangers, while the action-packed “Triumph” gets its energy from a live brass band. Pitbull’s energy is his trademark, but the most revealing song on Rebelution might be “Give Them What They Ask For,” a production that cuts the beat in half and puts the spotlight on Pitbull’s rhyme skills.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull’s fourth album is his most diverse effort to date. While there is nothing here as effortlessly catchy as “C**o,” it takes a lot of guts for the Cuban-American MC to push his boundaries and fortunately he adapts well to different settings. His machine-gun flow is the perfect fit for “Juice Box,” a skittering outburst produced by pioneering Baltimore club producer DJ Class. Pitbull also flirts with hard rock on “Can’t Stop Me Now,” which features a stomping guitar riff straight out of Jack White’s playbook. In a tribute to the glitz of his native Miami, “Shut It Down” echoes the glory days of ‘80s electro. While longtime fans might bemoan its lack of hardcore reggaeton, Rebelution is not short on tracks that put Pitbull in high-impact mode. “I Know You Want Me” and “Krazy” are jet-propelled bangers, while the action-packed “Triumph” gets its energy from a live brass band. Pitbull’s energy is his trademark, but the most revealing song on Rebelution might be “Give Them What They Ask For,” a production that cuts the beat in half and puts the spotlight on Pitbull’s rhyme skills.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
76 Ratings

76 Ratings

Hombre Rojo ,

DALEEEEE!!!!

Bro to be honest i really can't bash this album. Keep doing ur thing Pit rep dat 305 til tha end. I'll be seeing u soon braa. Nos vemos asereeeeee!!!!

GrayBGirl500 ,

Pitbull at his best.

This is Pitbull's best. This is a really good album. I never really liked it, but it is messed that I Know You Want Me is album only...
My favorites and what I think of them:
1. Krazy- It was never that popular but I always liked it. Lil Jon is really good too.
2. Hotel Room Service- Really good hit.
3. Shut It Down- Very good. Could've been a single. Akon is great!
4. Across the World- Kinda cool actually.
5. Daddy's Little Girl- Kinda cool too.
Overall, I think this is Pitbull's best album and there are a lot of good songs on here.

StarWars Fan1 ,

Worth the wait

I have been waiting for this album, and it was so worth the wait. These songs are really good. Pitbull is a great artist and this album shows that.

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