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There's plenty to appreciate on M.I.A.M.I. It features "That's Nasty" (Remix) which Pitbull spits alongside Lil Jon & Latin rap titan Fat Joe. Also present is his breakout single - "Oye" from the 2 Fast 2 Furious soundtrack which rolls off the disc like a digital Brazilian carnival. Elsewhere, Bull shows the ability to ride over pimp fabulous tracks like Miami's Finest' & the cautionary "Hustler's Withdrawal" a reference to the dark side of Miami's cosmopolitan, party-friendly atmosphere. "We get nothing but Tony Montanas down here," he said, referring to Al Pacino's legendary Scarface character. "And not everyone can stay on top - there are more failed hustlers than there are successful ones." If it seems like Pitbull is cramming a lot onto his debut, well, he is.

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
  1. 305 Anthem [Explicit]Pitbull 4:13$0.89  Buy MP3 
  2. Culo [Explicit]Pitbull 3:39$0.89  Buy MP3 
  3. She's Freaky [Explicit]Pitbull 3:20$0.89  Buy MP3 
  4. Shake It Up [Explicit]Pitbull 3:14$0.89  Buy MP3 
  5. Toma [Explicit]Pitbull 3:33$0.89  Buy MP3 
  6. I Wonder [Explicit]Pitbull 3:51$0.89  Buy MP3 
  7. Get On The Floor [Explicit]Pitbull 3:05$0.89  Buy MP3 
  8. Dirty [Explicit]Pitbull 4:36$0.89  Buy MP3 
  9. Dammit Man [Explicit]Piccallo 4:01$0.89  Buy MP3 
10. We Don't Care Bout Ya [Explicit]Pitbull 5:06$0.89  Buy MP3 
11. That's Nasty [Explicit]Pitbull 4:12$0.89  Buy MP3 
12. Back Up [Explicit]Pitbull 3:38$0.89  Buy MP3 
13. Melting Pot [Explicit]Pitbull 3:57$0.89  Buy MP3 
14. Hustler's Withdrawal [Explicit]Pitbull 4:09$0.89  Buy MP3 
15. Hurry Up And Wait [Explicit]Pitbull 3:34$0.89  Buy MP3 
16. Culo Miami Mix [Explicit]Mr. Vegas 4:09$0.89  Buy MP3 

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 24, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tvt
  • ASIN: B0002CHI60
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,556 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AYEEYOOOOOO on October 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD
DON'T JUDGE THIS ALBUM ON THE FIRST SEVEN TRACKS! Only 305 Anthem and Toma are worth listening to in the first half.

1. 305 Anthem 5/5 - If you like crunk, this is the song for you. Pure fire from the start; this song will get you going no matter what.

 

2. Culo 3/5 - Not a bad party song, but I think we've all heard this one too much.

3. She's Freaky 2/5 - Annoying song, TVT should've put on a few other songs besides this one.

 

4. Shake It Up 1/5 - What the hell is TVT doing trying to bump Oobie on three different tracks? One is fine, but nobody who listens to Pitbull wants to hear her trite voice over and over.

5. Toma 4/5 - Coñññoooo asi me gusta. Toma is a pure grind song, that'll get both the mamis and chicos going.

6. I Wonder 3/5 - Only half decent song with Oobie. Someone should let TVT know they F--ed up by throwing her into so many tracks.

7. Get On The Floor 2/5 - Finally, the last Oobie song, and the beginning of Pit's true self on the album. Only Toma and 305 Anthem are worth listening to on the first part of this album.

8. Dirty 4/5 - Dirty Dirty, ya heard me? Bun B and Pit tear this track up. Pit spits Miami is more than fast cars and hot bitches, with some of the best lines on the album.

9. Dammit Man 5/5 - Can't believe this isn't a radio hit yet. Dammit Man is pure fire, with some of the best lines any lyricist has ever spit on a track.

 

10. We Don't Care Bout You 4/5 - I like the original beat better, but Cubo gets in on the act, and complements Pit well.

11. Thats Nasty (the REMIX) 5/5 - If you hate on me, me cago en tu madre, hazme un favor, dale compadre, este chamaco ES UN SALVAJE!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on April 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Cuban-American rapper Pitbull is another addition to Lil Jon's crew. It's obvious by the title of his album what city he's representing (as well as representing the South), and for the most part, the rest of the world should be able to get into his stuff too.

But as another reviewer mentioned, he really isn't all that exciting when he's rapping by himself. He's only alone on four of the sixteen tracks, and the only one of them that really stands out is "Hustler's Withdrawal". "Hurry Up and Wait" (isn't that a contradiction in terms?) is tolerable, but "Back Up" and "She's Freaky" are mediocre.

Don't be too disappointed, though; there are still some good songs on here. Since Pitbull is tight with Lil Jon, Jon doesn't mind helping out in producing danceable tracks like "Culo", "Toma", "That's Nasty" (also featuring Fat Joe), and "305 Anthem". Bun-B also shows up to bless "Dirty", but even better than that song is the Trick Daddy-assisted "Melting Pot", which could be the best song on the album. "Dammit Man" is also pretty decent, although I'm not exactly sure why it's censored.

It's too bad that Oobie (the female singer that seems to show up on all rap albums that nobody has) doesn't impress as much as the other guest stars. Not that she doesn't have a nice voice, but the songs she sings the chorus to ("Shake It Up", "I Wonder" and "Get On the Floor") are all filler. As you can see, this album has its share of questionable songs, but it's more than enough to satisfy a night out at the club. Let's just hope Pitbull's next album is a little more impressive.

Anthony Rupert
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paulito on August 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
WOW!!! This album was way more than I expected but I knew this would be a monster album after all the delays in the release, it was okay I still had Unleashed Vol 3 to jam too. 305 anthem is a work of art and so are most of the other songs except If God were black , (whats the point of that???)Pit is really reppin all the CUBANS down in S.Florida. This album is 10 stars not 5. When you got Lil Jon screaming out 305 u kno PITBULL IS REALLY OF THE CHAIN!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amparo Acosta on January 12, 2006
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Bien venido a Miami perhaps, but don't call Will Smith. Pitbull isn't much interested in music you can get jiggy to, but this son of Cuban immigrants definitely believes in representing his roots both in terms of cultural heritage and the South Florida hip-hop scene he grew up with. After first coming on the scene nationally vis-a-vis the song "Oye" on the "2 Fast 2 Furious" soundtrack, Pitbull has been working hard on putting together a full length national debut. With a deal from TVT Records and some help from Lil Jon on the album, "M.I.A.M.I. (Money is a Major Issue)" is the result. "Some help" is if anything an understatement, since Jon either appears on or produces eight of the albums sixteen tracks.

This certainly isn't going to hurt the sales of Pitbull's music in the public's eye. Lil Jon is on an incredible winning streak lately, seemingly producing a hit for anyone he hooks up with and turning unknowns from Ciara to Lil Scrappy into instant stars in the process. Naturally a lot of people will assume just from seeing Jon's name mentioned so prominently on the back cover, even before reading the liner notes inside, that Pitbull is the "next chosen" especially given that the relationship between Jon and TVT Records is tighter than Margaret Cho trying to wear Victoria's Secret (just kidding C.H.O., we still love you). There are some other impressive guests to be found reading from the backside to boot: Bun B on "Dirty," Fat Joe joining Lil Jon on "That's Nasty" and Trick Daddy dropping by to rap on "Melting Pot."

Though it's often said you shouldn't judge a book on the basis of it's cover, this cover turns out to paint a pretty good picture of the album.
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