After the debuting the song live with a glitzy performance during this year’s AMAs, the superstars have released the official “Timber” music video, which is actually two clips in one.
Check out this handy list of what happened at the AMAs, each with an individual award of its own. From Miley’s psychedelic cat fantasies to Lady Gaga and R. Kelly’s West Wing drama, there certainly was no shortage of entertainment.
On the new track, Kesha sings her most G-rated chorus yet, while Pitbull details his Don Juan ways.
Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull have teamed up again for their latest party anthem, “Live It Up,” the lead single off Lopez’s yet-to-be-announced eighth studio album. In the new music video, the duo joins forces from the fashion runways in Paris to the beautiful beaches of St. Tropez.
Pitbull and Ke$ha fans will be saying “Don’t Stop the Party” as the pair hits the road together this summer.
Even more than the music we love, it’s often the songs we actively loathe that stick with us the most. Insidiously burrowing into your brain after one (or one million) unfortunate exposures, these diabolically engineered sound bombs are particularly offensive because no matter what, they simply cannot be avoided.
Miss Independent teams up with Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Jordin Sparks for this year’s tribute to the music of Whitney Houston and Donna Summer.
The lead single from his upcoming album ‘Global Warming,’ Pitbull alludes to his popularity when he raps “Only ball I drop: New Years, Times Square.”
With a distinct bass beat that’s bound to make it’s way into the clubs this summer, we can always count on Fergie and Pitbull to get the party started.
How much do you want Pitbull to perform in your town, at the local Walmart? Probably not as much as the Internet want to send him to a remote corner of Alaska.