By popular demand, a second Staples Center show has been announced with freakalicious Latin stunners, Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias.
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Rapper Lil Jon’s reinvention as an EDM kingpin rolls on, as his DJ Snake’s party anthem “Turn Down for What,” on which the rapper is widely featured, has been given the remix treatment for the third time, this time featuring appearances from Ludacris and the seemingly ubiquitous Pitbull.
Remember Kim & Kanye’s cover of Vogue? It is not officially the highest selling issue in Vogue history. Beyonce held that title before, but then Kim and Kanye changed all that. We’re sure Kim bought […]
Days after first revealing the news at the Billboard Latin Music Conference, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull have confirmed the dates and stops of their upcoming co-headlining tour.
Dale. Miami’s baldest import, Pitbull, just released a video for his folk-EDM crossover hit, “Wild Wild Love” with G.R.L.
The video is classic Pitbull with the Cuban cutie showing up to the Playboy Mansion wearing a slick tux as Playboy playmates and the girlies of G.R.L squirm around in the Grotto, wearing bunny tails, “playing” chess, and doing some business transaction.
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.
It was announced this morning that Pitbull & Enrique Iglesias are going on tour together this fall. The duo had a tour together back in 2011, which came through LA and it was a seriously […]
If you’re an up-and-coming pop star and you can’t get Cuban cutie Pitbull to be featured on one of your tracks, you’re doing something wrong.
Austin Mahone cashed in on Pitbull’s slick style in the funky CGI video for “MMM Yeah.”
Instead of distracting from the infectious song with a wild background, Mahone chose to play up his charm and dance skills on a computer-generated stage with disco-style lights and floating speakers that gorgeous models strut around on.
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.