Sunday, May 12, 2013

Pitbull's "Global Warming" Track Reviews: The Title Cut

Some of the most popular posts on John's World over the past year or so have been my track by track reviews of current albums.  Since tackling Madonna's M.D.N.A. last year, I've covered tracks from P!nk's The Truth About Love, Christina Aguilera's Lotus, Rihanna's Unapologetic, and recently Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience.  Now's the time to begin reviews of the tracks on two more albums, Pitbull's Global Warming, released in November of last year, and's #willpower, which just came out last month.

First up is the title track to Pitbull's Global Warming, which has been getting a lot of airtime on my iPod lately.  The entire album is chock full of mesmerizing dance floor ditties and tantalizing beats and we begin with a familiar sound, that of Los Del Rio's Macarena.  The intro song is short, but infectious, with that easily identifiable and groovealicious music track, Pit's straight-up vocals and a Latin-infused guest rap by Dominican rapper Sensato.  Check out Global Warming on Daily Motion.  I love this one!  

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