Mr. Worldwide has joined the Billion Views Club again.
This time it’s the video for his inevitable 2011 club anthem “Give Me Everything” featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer. The hit made him No. 1 on the year-end Rhythmic Songs chart in 2011 and made Pitbull’s first Billboard Hot 100, seven years after her 2004 debut with Lil’ John, “Culo.” Recorded No. 1.
Pit has hit 1 billion views on YouTube three times so far. “Timber” (featuring Ke$ha), “Rain Over Me” (featuring Marc Anthony) and “On the Floor” by Jennifer Lopez. “Give Me Everything” marks his second time with Ne-Yo and Afrojack joining his Billion Views Club, and his first for Nayer.
Produced by Afrojack, the track boasts many of the era-defining sonic elements of 2011, including bright piano chords, dominant synths and a danceable build. Since the release of “Give Me Everything,” the Cuban-American pop star has been busy, topping the Hot 100 chart for the second time with “Timber,” alongside El Chonbo. Dame to Cosita” was awarded Hot Latin Songs No. 1.Karol G, Katie Ranks, etc. billboard chart achievements.
The track’s party-focused music video features Adrian Byron, Miss Haiti 2010 Saroj Beltin, and Russian model Eva Skaya. “Give Me Everything” was all about good vibes, but there was one person who wasn’t too happy with this one: Lindsay Lohan. The now 36-year-old actress, who was mentioned in the line “trapped like Lindsay Lohan,” was so upset by the removal of her name that she sued Pitbull, but she was to no avail. rice field.
“Give Me Everything” was released by Polo Grounds Music, Mr. 305 Entertainment, J Records, and was offered as a single by Pitbull’s. planet pitThe track resonated with clubs and high school dances throughout the 2010s and continues to ring for the next decade.