12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull's smash sixth album is a testament to the power of synergy. After percolating underground for years, the pyrotechnic sound that came to be known as EDM was starting to erupt. Pit conscripted EDM hotshots like Afrojack and David Guetta, plus certified hitmakers Dr. Luke and RedOne, to produce these tracks, and the strategy paid dividends. The ubiquitous "Give Me Everything" is one of the decade's most ebullient tracks and cemented EDM's arrival. Other gems include Mr. Worldwide's Latin reboot of "Shake Senora," the Eurodance workout "Rain Over Me" (featuring Marc Anthony), and the sleek tech-house of "Took My Love."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pitbull's smash sixth album is a testament to the power of synergy. After percolating underground for years, the pyrotechnic sound that came to be known as EDM was starting to erupt. Pit conscripted EDM hotshots like Afrojack and David Guetta, plus certified hitmakers Dr. Luke and RedOne, to produce these tracks, and the strategy paid dividends. The ubiquitous "Give Me Everything" is one of the decade's most ebullient tracks and cemented EDM's arrival. Other gems include Mr. Worldwide's Latin reboot of "Shake Senora," the Eurodance workout "Rain Over Me" (featuring Marc Anthony), and the sleek tech-house of "Took My Love."

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