Woah woah woah! This video, just happened! Let’s really talk about this particular record though. Actually, let’s talk about Flo Rida and Pitbull briefly. Both from the 305. Both came onto the scene as legitimate rappers and hip hop acts. Both chose alternate career paths, which in short have made them nothing less of international superstars. Why did this happen? How did this happen? I’ve heard many awesome stories attributing to these dudes respective work ethic. It’s a known fact that their concerts are nothing short of Super Bowl halftime shows. And of course, say what you may about their music..or videos….their productions are as official as they come, but at what cost? Are Pitbull and Flo Rida happy about the music they make? Have they given up on trying to give society real shit, because society keeps eating up this type of music instead? Is this the type of music we really want to be known for as a society? For me, there’s the part that appreciates the “get money” and “by any means necessary” approach to their careers. There’s another part that still can respect the quality of their work..and know that while their content isn’t necessarily appeasing to me, it’s a calculated business approach to capturing as much of a market as possible. But then again, there’s still a part of me that misses the old Pitbull and Flo Rida. I Can’t Believe It. Let us hear your thoughts on this pressing issue. Stay true to you musical integrity or get money? I leave you now with my final thoughts…a video tribute of sorts to Pitbull, Flo Rida and music as a culture.




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