Rocsi's Inside Track: What a Pitbull Concert's Really Like

I recently got to check out one of the hottest tickets at New York City's Radio City Music Hall, Cubano artist Pitbull, who gave each person a show to remember. Mixing his Reggaeton sound with rock 'n roll, the show was a surprise for all who were there and dancing. 

The amount of heat Pitbull generated in the building would make anyone believe they were in Miami at that very moment. Pitbull himself was sweating through his black-on-black three piece suit...he looked like he was thrown into a pool, LOL! 

The whole room exploded in excitement and sang along to all his hits: "Hotel Room", "I Know You Want Me" and "Give Me Everything". It was great getting a chance to catch up with my friend and congratulate him for one of the best shows I've ever experienced. 

Pit shared with me that he has a lot of charity work coming up in his home of Cuba. Despite being heavily involved with Voli Vodka, Sheet Energy Strips, and a venture with Zumba, he is also planning his European Tour. He's definitely one of the hardest working men in the business, but also one of the humblest. He always is giving thanks to God and his fans for all the love, stops to say "Hi" and take pictures with everyone. We all know him as Mr. Worldwide, but he is also a World class act.

Pitbull Concert NYC

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Dan Koday, Executive Content Director

Dan Koday is a New York City based writer, editor and digital content expert. His work has been featured in SeventeenLatina, Logo’s NewNowNextCosmoGirl and The Latin Kitchen, amongst many other prestigious publications. Dan currently holds the title of Executive Content Director for Latina, responsible for overseeing its digital and print content strategies for Latina – the #1 entertainment, fashion, beauty & lifestyle brand for acculturated U.S. Hispanic women – and TheLatinKitchen.com – a recipe, entertaining & how-to site that celebrates Latin cuisine.

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