Pitbull talks Music, Fame and Social Media with BBC Radio 1
During Pitbull’s press day in London today, he stopped by the BBC Radio 1 studios to discuss, “Greenlight”, “Climate Change”, why he isn’t a fan of social media or fame, and more.
At the beginning of the interview, Pitbull revealed he’s sitting on about four albums-worth of unreleased music. “In my phone, I probably have about forty-five records that are in there that are just beats, hooks, ideas,” said Pitbull.
A fan, who has been trying to get ahold of Pit for five years, then called into the radio show and asked him the age-old question, “How did you became famous?” and Pitbull’s reply was, “For me, it was never about the fame, and it was never about becoming famous. […] A lot of hard work, staying focused, and believing in myself, that’s just what basically came about and fame was apart of it. But to be honest with you, I’m not really a big fan of fame”.
The radio-host, Greg James, then asked Pit what he thinks about Snapchat, where Pit explained that he’s not a very big fan of social media. But that didn’t stop Greg from showing Pitbull what he’d look like as a dalmation:
Pitbull rounded out the interview by giving Greg James some tips on staying sharp, “You got to get sharp. You got to get the suit, you got to get the catch phrase. Then you’ll be alright”.
Listen to the complete 12-minute interview below.
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