Pitbull ft. TJR - Don’t Stop the Party

Posted 3 years ago
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TJR, co-prod Chris Lake
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Whenever Pitbull enters a room, you can be certain that drinking, dancing and general good times are soon to follow. Thus, when he demands we keep the festivities going on new single Don’t Stop the Party, it’s a mere formality—but what a formality it is. Dancefloor-rocking DJ TJR mans the mixing boards, serving up an infectious, sax-laced four-on-the-floor groove as the Latin-rap heavyweight delivers verses packed with big money, beautiful women, exotic locales, tying the package together with an obligatory shout-along hook. Also featuring the Shakira-assisted Get It Started, Global Warming is scheduled to drop November 19, via RCA Records/Mr. 305/Polo Grounds. Watch for this record to impact next week, following its official debut on a September 25, episode of Dancing With the Stars.

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