- Don’t Stop The Party ft. TJR
- Rain Over Me ft. Marc Anthony
- Fireball ft. John Ryan
- International Love ft. Chris Brown
Don’t Stop The Party by Pitbull ft. TJR
Pitbull’s single, Don’t stop the Party, was released in September of 2012 and a month later on October 26 of 2012, The music video for this song was recieved a lot of praise because it was so unique. However, the video has also drawn a lot of criticism. Needless to say, everyone can agree that the music video is very captivating and inspiring. The video varies from the other Pitbul music videos because it does not have a story line.
Don’t stop the Party is Pitbull’s seventh studio album called Global Warning. The video consists of four major scenes combing to a total of about three and a half minutes. There are the scenes with woman, partying on a boat, in a club, and scenes of Pitbull singing. The video begins with several shots of nude or semi-nude women in a bed. They are each individually shot in different position with various articles of clothing and/or bedroom objects preventing mature exposure. A few of these shots are, four women on a bed together, a naked woman with a sheet draped over her body, a woman in lingerie, and a woman in panties biting a string of pearls. The majority of the rest of the video is just women dancing in bathing suits on a boat, and Pitbull dancing with woman at a club. It ends with him jumping into a body of water off of the boat in the previous shots.
The video has apparently been banned from being played on television in parts of the UK for being to explicit, but fans are still about to watch it online. The Sun Times reports that complaints have “flooded in” about the sexually explicit material on the video as well.
The music video was produced by Marc Kinchen and directed by David Rosseau. They, along with five others, Armando C. Perez , Bigram Zayas Frederick “Toots” Hibbert, Urales, and TJR helped write the lyrics to the song. The Music Video, “Don’t stop the Party”, is sung by artist Pitbull, and features samples from the song “Funky Vodka”, by TJR, which is based off a reggae classic, “Funky Kingston”.