Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull - Live It Up

Posted 3 years ago
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Producer:
Red One
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None (Promo Single)

Previously heard collaborating on 2011’s On the Floor and ‘12’s Dance Again, pop heavyweight Jennifer Lopez and Latin-rap hitmaker Pitbull once again combine their powers on Live It Up, the former artist’s latest promo single. Those familiar with the aforementioned jams know pretty much exactly what to expect here: an adrenaline-pumping, neon-streaked club banger exhorting listeners to let go of their inhibitions and party the night away. While Pit delivers a brisk opening verse over RedOne‘s dancefloor-scorching production, his key contribution to the record is the insidiously catchy tagline, “Make love, don’t fight. (kiss, kiss, popping cork) / Let’s f**k tonight.” Though this record isn’t attached to any larger J-Lo project, listeners craving more club-ready grooves would do well to check out her collaborator’s current hit single, Feel the Moment.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Jennifer Lopez’ Jessy Terrero-directed Live It Up visual.

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