Pitbull - Hotel Room Service

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Pitbull , Club
Producer:
Jim Jonsin
Album:
Rebelution

Though the three studio albums he released at TVT Records were chock full of club bangers, Pitbull has scored his biggest hits to date (the Lil’ Jon-assisted Krazy, which peaked at #30 on the Billboard Hot 100 and I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho), which hit #11), as a free agent.  That independent success has landed him a deal with major label Polo Grounds Music/J Records.  Though the two aforementioned singles have since been re-released, today we present the emcee’s first all-original single at his new label home.  For his newest party jam, Mr. 305 and hitmaking producer Jim Jonsin bring a few ladies back to their suite for some Hotel Room Service.  In keeping with Pit’s recent penchant for classic club samples, Mr. Rebel Rock backs the rapper’s rhymes with a snippet of the Nightcrawlers’ house standard Push the Feeling On.  Expect Pitbull to continue heating up dancefloors everywhere this summer, building fan anticipation for Rebelution‘s September 1st release.

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