One of the most iconic scenes in cinematic history (or so we presuppose because it was one of our favorites) was the scene at the end of Beetlejuice.
Loveable goth character, Lydia Deetz, does something commendable and as a present, she gets magically levitated into the air while dancing to infectious Calypso tune, ” Jump In The Line” originally sung by [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Harry Belafonte[/lastfm].
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Pitbull[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Sean Paul[/lastfm], and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]T-Pain[/lastfm] thought it would be a great idea to sample this song in their newest tune “Shake Senora”–and considering Beetlejuice’s predilection for hot babes (and we’re going to guess Belafonte’s) the modern take actually, shockingly, works.
Fun, danceable, and totally relevant considering Pitbull, Sean Paul, and T-Pain truly only write songs for lovely dancing ladies, “Shake Senora” is an obvious take-off of “Jump The Line,” but no less fun.
Admittedly, nothing compares to Lydia Deetz’ dance in Beetlejuice. It definitely increased our math studies until we realized that Beetlejuice wasn’t real life.