• Record Label: J
  • Release Date: Sep 1, 2009
Metascore
51

Mixed or average reviews - based on 7 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7

There are no positive critic reviews yet.

User Score
4.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 27 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. ScottB
    Sep 6, 2009
    10
    The lyrics are one-track sexist, but I can't stop listening to the CD. Whatever he's doing, he's doing it right. I feel guilty The lyrics are one-track sexist, but I can't stop listening to the CD. Whatever he's doing, he's doing it right. I feel guilty for how much I'm loving this CD. Full Review »
  2. May 30, 2011
    4
    I seriously do not know what to think about this. Most tracks are incredibly catchy - but, at the same time, I find him awful. His vocalI seriously do not know what to think about this. Most tracks are incredibly catchy - but, at the same time, I find him awful. His vocal performance is IDENTICAL on every single song, while the featured artists on 8/13 tracks show he cannot stand on his own two feet. All in all, it appears that the features and the catchy hooks save the songs - to the extent they can be saved. Full Review »
  3. Jan 25, 2011
    8
    Pitbull's most mainstream work can be viewed as misogynistic, lacking in craft and heavily reliant on party vibes but it should be rememberedPitbull's most mainstream work can be viewed as misogynistic, lacking in craft and heavily reliant on party vibes but it should be remembered that he himself has not claimed to be a rapper or MC and therefore the record is purely a reflection of America's hugely influential club scene. The record tries to be unique but it wants to be fun and sexy even if substance is lacking. Isn't that what the American party scene is all about? Fake boobs and desperate acts of sexual promiscuity. When I listen to this record that is the image I have. 'I Know You Want Me' is the standout track and has since become a global cashcow for the publishers. 9/10 87/100 Full Review »