Pitbull Runs out of Major Cities to List in His Songs; Starts Listing Small Towns

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Los Angeles, CA – If you turned on the radio at any point over the last few years, you’ve heard a song by Pitbull. The Cuban rapper has had #1 songs in more than 15 countries and shows up on the Billboard charts more than most artists today. His hits feature songs like “Give Me Everything” and ” Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho),” which feature major artists like NeYo and Ke$ha and Mr. 305 can also be found featured on tracks by artists like Jennifer Lopez.

Since the beginning of Pitbull’s musical career, the thirty-four-year-old has been naming major cities across the United States. Some of these major cities include Miami, Los Angeles, and Texas’ own Dallas. The problem is that Pitbull has put out so many songs, that he has run out of major cities to list.

Mr. Worldwide has just released his newest track, “Lets Party on Rooftops All Night.” The song features other chart-toppers like Lil’ Wayne, Joey Bada$$, Lupe Fiasco, Mark Ronson, Trey Songz, The Dream, The Weekend, Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, Fabolous, D’Angelo, Miguel, Nas, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem. As Pitbull was writing the lyric, he read over the cities he named and realized he had rapped those cities in all of his other songs. He knew something had to change.

As a smart businessman and musician, he decided to start using small towns in the new track. He did this not only to switch up his lyrics, but also appeal to people in small towns across the country. The new song features towns like Derry, NH; Alden, MN; and Lostine, OR. Pitbull’s new idea could bring him even more songs on the charts.