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Continuing the trend he started with El Mariel, Pitbull references Cuban immigration tactics with the title of this third LP, The Boatlift. This is far from a political lecture, however. Jam-packed with guests and produced by Pitbull faves like Lil Jon and Mr. Collipark, the record overflows with hedonistic crunk anthems squarely aimed at dancefloors. "Go Girl" is a bumping bit of minimalist club fodder, while the frisky single "The Anthem" contains the album's most lasting hook. For all its decadent ambition, though, The Boatlift feels low-key next to the bangers that would bring Pitbull his biggest success on his subsequent albums.

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The Boatlift (2007)

I love his music, which is stimulating, energetic, and exciting. Pitbull has done a great job with the artists who have collaborated on this album. I recommend this album.

A lift of improvement (First Review)

Again Pitbull has done another great album. I really recommend this album. Here is my track-by-track review: A Little Story (Intro)-A strange yet interesting intro to an album. It is a mixture of rapping and talking both at the same time. Where Pitbull tells a short story to began the album. 4\5 Go Girl-features Trina and Young Boss. This song has kind of a get up feeling. The beat is really cool. 5\5 Dukey Love-Overall it is kind of weird. Weird sounding, weird best, weird rapping. 3\5 I don’t see’em-Another strange song. No not like the other I don’t give it a three cause this one is somewhat interesting. It is perfect for a spy song. I like it. 4\5 Midnight-features Casley. The song is pretty cool. I love the beat, the rapping, and it comes together great. 4.5\5 Ying & Yang-Not one of the album’s finest songs. The title says it all. 2.5\5 The Anthem-features Lil’Jhon. Lil’Jhon does a very good part. I love Lil’Jhon’s distinctive rapping. This just made the song. 5\5 The Truth (Interlude)-A weird interlude. I don’t know why it is labeled “Interlude.” He is not really talking. Sounds like rapping to me. This should be labeled the truth Acepella. 3.5\5 Candymay-featurs Twista. Twist’s part wasn’t much but atleest pitbull did a great job. 4\5 Sticky Icky-It features Jim Jones. Jim Jones’s part was amazing. Though his lyrics where just average. “I in da club see’in” Jones still did a good job. 5\5 My Love-How many songs have to be called “My Love!?” 4\5 Secret Admirer-features Lloyd. The album’s 1st single. This here is the album’s best song. The beat is cool. And Lloyd did a great job in the chorus. I defiantly would get this song. 5\5 Get Up\Levantate-Great song, but his rapping in this song is unusual. 4\5 Fuego (DJ Buddha Remix)-Great remix. Though I have never heard the original before the remix is awesome. It features Don Omar. 5\5 Stripper Pole (Remix)-features Toby Love. Another great remix. There is nothing wrong with having so much bonus remixes. 4\5 Un Poquito-featurs Young Breg. Young Breg did the best work of the whole song. I have always loved Young Breg. 4.5\5 Tell Me (Remix)-features Frankie J and Ken-Y. The album’s 2nd single. I do not know why it is labeled “Remix.” It is exactly the same. 5\5 Mr. 305 (Outro)-Another outro that is completely instrumental. Just like the intro it is half rapping ad half talking. 4\5 Top 5 Songs: 1) Secret Admirer 2) Tell Me 3) Go Girl 4) Fuego (Remix) 5) Midnight Final Thoughts: Pitbull has gotten a lot better over the time. This album is a really enjoyable album. I recommend you get it to see how Pitbull has improved.

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This is great for a dance club.


Born: January 15, 1981 in Miami, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When the Southern-flavored party rap called crunk took over urban radio, Miami rapper and future superstar Pitbull decided it was time to seek stardom. The way Pitbull saw it, "crunk ain't nothin' but bass music slowed down." Miami bass music, that is, the kind Pitbull grew up on. His parents were first-generation Cuban immigrants who didn't let their son forget about his culture. They required him to memorize the works of Cuban poet José Martí, and Pitbull understood the power of words right away....
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