A week after releasing their single “Move to Miami,” Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull have returned with the video for the moombahton-influenced track. The song currently sits at No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.
The fitting visual finds Iglesias being seduced by a girl as she dances on top of his car. Pitbull and a group of dancers then appear dancing in the streets of Miami at night.
Enrique Iglesias performs at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on June 10, 2017. (Credit: Bernstein Associates)
Enrique Iglesias has teamed with Pitbull for a new moombahton-influenced single titled “Move To Miami.” The two icons have collaborated several times before, most notably on the 2010 smash hit “I Like It.”
Produced by J.R. Rotem, “Move To Miami” is Iglesias’ first English-language single since 2014’s “Bailando” featuring Sean Paul. It follows his Bad Bunny-assisted heater “El Baño,” which was released in January.
“Scooby Doo Pa Pa,” which is a flip of Big Shaq’s viral anthem “Man’s Not Hot,” went viral itself in February after fans uploaded videos of themselves dancing to the track. It peaked at No. 9 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and has amassed over 41 million streams on Spotify.
The remix replaces Kass’ verses with Pitbull’s but maintains Kass’ original hook.
Maluma at Billboard’s Latin Music Conference at The Venetian in Las Vegas on April 25, 2018. (Credit: Nicole Pereira)
Latin music’s popularity is at an all-time high thanks in part to artists like Bad Bunny, Maluma, and Pitbull. They, along with other Latin stars, have topped charts and sold out shows in record numbers all over the world over the past year.
Now, they’ve all gathered together in Las Vegas for the 29th annual Billboard Latin Music Week. The event, which ends Thursday night with the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards, began Monday with a three-day conference.
Among the festivities at the conference was a series of individual Q&A and panel interviews with the top artists, producers, and executives in the game. Topics included a look back at the past year, how collaborations came together, and future projects.
We put together some of the best Q&As below, most of which were conducted in Spanish. The list includes interviews by the aforementioned Bad Bunny, Maluma, and Pitbull as well as Ozuna, Maná, and songwriter Descemer Bueno.
Pitbull throws a wild yacht party in the video for his funk-influenced single, “Jungle.” The colorful visual shows The Stereotypes, E-40, and Abraham Mateo lost in the jungle before getting rescued by Mr. 305.
The track, which appears on Pitbull’s newly released greatest hits album, was DJcity’s sixth most downloaded song of November.
Watch the video above and download “Jungle” on DJcity.
A native of Santa Rosa, Tony is currently a mixer on San Francisco’s WiLD 94.9 and an official DJ for the 49ers. In 2015, he competed in a regional qualifier for the Red Bull 3Style.
All of the finalists’ mixes were impressive, so it was a difficult decision. To show them our respect, we’ve decided to give all of them a one-time, guest mix spot on Globalization. We’d also like to thank everyone who entered the contest.
Listen to Tony’s winning mix below and tune in to his first show on Globalization on Friday, November 3.
1. TonyTone – Intro
2. JSTJR – Phases
3. Daddy Yankee ft. Pitbull & N.O.R.E. – Gasolina – DJ Buddha Remix
4. J. Balvin & Willy William – Mi Gente – Deville Edit
5. DJ Baysik – Sound Of The Police
6. P-Lo ft. E-40 – Put Me On Somethin’ – TonyTone Blend
7. Major Lazer ft. J. Balvin & Sean Paul – Buscando Huellas
8. K.P. & Envyi – Swing My Way – Lemi Vice & Action Jackson Remix – DJ Baysik Moombahsoul Edit
9. Chance The Rapper ft. Knox Future – All Night – Chris Villa Acap Intro
10. Something For The People – My Love Is The Shhh! – TonyTone Blend
11. Pitbull ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Better On Me
12. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
13. Egyptian Lover – Egypt, Egypt
14. Pitbull – Shake – TonyTone 2 Live Crew Blend
15. 2 Live Crew – Move Somethin’
16. Tropkillaz – Bonde Do Sorriso
17. Kendrick Lamar vs JSTJR – m.A.A.d city – MMK Edit
18. G-Eazy ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B – No Limit
19. Vicente Fernández – Volver Volver – TonyTone Blend
20. J. Balvin ft. Farruko – 6 AM
TonyTone at El Chingon in San Diego. (Photo source: Facebook)
Here are the finalists for DJcity, SiriusXM, and Pitbull’s Globalization mixer contest! The original plan was to select five finalists, but with so many great submissions, we decided to choose ten instead. Thank you to everyone who submitted a mix!
DJcity will announce the winner on Wednesday, September 27. The winner will receive a year-long mix show on SiriusXM and Pitbull’s Globalization channel, along with a Pioneer DJ DJM-S9 mixer and Serato license pack.