'Shut It Down'
'Shut it Down', featuring Akon, is the fourth single from his latest album 'Rebelution.' The album was his first major label release and also the first release on Pitbull's own Mr. 305 Inc. label.
'Hotel Room Service'
'I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)'
This was Pitbull's breakthrough hit. Originally released on the dance compilation 'UltraHits' in May 2009, it also appears on Pitbull's latest album 'Rebelution'. It was his first international hit, reaching the top 10 in Australia, France, Spain, Canada, Italy, The Netherlands, Germany and New Zealand. The song samples 'Street Player' by Chicago.
'Ay Chico (Lengua Afuera)'
This was the second single from Pitbull's 2006 album 'El Mariel'. The album title refers to the mass exodus of Cuban refugees who departed from Cuba's Mariel harbor bound for the U.S. in 1980. Thousands of Cubans landed in Florida seeking asylum including some of Pitbull's family members.
'Toma', featuring Lil Jon, was the fourth single from Pitbull's 2004 debut album, 'M.I.A.M.I. (short for Money Is A Major Issue)'. The original version was too explicit for radio because it referenced cunnilingus and other sexual acts.
Once again teaming up with Lil Jon, this Pitbull song was the second single from the 2007 album 'The Boatlift'. The album also included duets with Jason Derulo ('My Life'), Jim Jones ('Sticky Icky'), Trina ('Go Girl'), Twista ('Candyman'), and Trick Daddy ('Dukey Love'). Pitbull's variety show on the mun2 cable network debuted the same year.