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Pitbull ft John Ryan
Fireball (Main)


genre: Pop
length: 3:55
bpm: 123
key: 10m

July 28, 2014

Based on his newest, "Fireball," featuring John Ryan, it seems like Pitbull may finally be out of decent songs with the same exact beat. Following his epic failure with Brazil's official World Cup, Pitbull releases "Fireball," which features intro verses that don't actually rhyme, the excessive repetition of "I'm on fire," and his famous high-pitched yelling. As for the actual verses, Pitbull goes into each chorus with a little bit of lyricism from Aerosmith...not himself. Fortunately, it seems like Pitbull is at least remotely aware that his music is taking a turn for the worst, as he notes in "Fireball," "sticks and stones may break my bones, but I don't care what y'all say." So you know we're not saying nice things? Here's the catch, Pitbull, if your audience has negative things to say about your music, it means you're actually not "on fire," unless you mean in the sense of crashing and burning.

Pitbull ft John Ryan
Fireball (Main)


genre: Pop
length: 3:55
bpm: 123
key: 10m

July 28, 2014

Based on his newest, "Fireball," featuring John Ryan, it seems like Pitbull may finally be out of decent songs with the same exact beat. Following his epic failure with Brazil's official World Cup, Pitbull releases "Fireball," which features intro verses that don't actually rhyme, the excessive repetition of "I'm on fire," and his famous high-pitched yelling. As for the actual verses, Pitbull goes into each chorus with a little bit of lyricism from Aerosmith...not himself. Fortunately, it seems like Pitbull is at least remotely aware that his music is taking a turn for the worst, as he notes in "Fireball," "sticks and stones may break my bones, but I don't care what y'all say." So you know we're not saying nice things? Here's the catch, Pitbull, if your audience has negative things to say about your music, it means you're actually not "on fire," unless you mean in the sense of crashing and burning.