In 2010 Pitbull songs monopolized the airwaves. And for good reason. Most Pitbull songs are club ready bangers. Say what you want about the lyrical content of Pitbull songs, but even the staunch naysayers have to admit that Pitbull knows how to make a hit. You're pretty much guaranteed to hear at least one Pitbull song every time you jump in your car. And if you've jumped in that car to hit a club, well, you'll be hearing Pitbull songs all night. If you don't already have them, these are the Pitbull songs you need to add to your rotation.
- "Go Girl" from the album "The Boatlift". Everybody loves this Pitbull song. From the DJ that mixes it, to the girls that gyrate to it, everybody can groove to this joint. The beat is simple yet hard enough to get everyone moving. And DJ's love it because it's so simple to blend with other tracks. Oh and who doesn't like the straight forward lyrics? "I party like a rockstar, look like a moviestar, play like an allstar, F$#k like a pornstar". Who thought arrogance was so catchy?
- "The Anthem" from the album "The Boatlift". Here's another Pitbull song that librarians to hipsters have heard. It's probably one of the most played tracks in club history. And with Lil Jon screaming over the track, you know it's an unforgettable song at that. It mixes a sort of Caribbean beat with that Miami bass pounding Hip Hop flavor. Guaranteed to get you sweaty in a dimly lit club atmosphere. And the suggestive lyrics will have ladies leaving there inhibitions in the car. "I ain't got time for no games, here's my number, call me if you're up for an even exchange".
- "Shut It Down" from the album "Rebelution". Guess what, yet another club banger. This time Pitbull get's Akon on the track. Yes, the beat has elements of that Miami bass sound, but it also fires an electronica like sound into your eardrums. This particular song isn't radio popular, but it's a mainstay in the clubs. Pitbull does just like he says. He "Shut's that thang down".
- "Calle Ocho" from the album "Rebelution". If you don't know this song, you've literally been hiding under a rock. This track is so popular it's just a matter of time before it ends up on some one's commercial. This song is a testament to Pitbull's ability to make club ready joints. It samples not one, but two club classics. Not to mention, his lyrics are just simple enough to be catchy. How many times have you said "I know you want me..." to yourself?