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Pitbull: Quite Entertaining!

I’ll be the first to admit that I am more of a rock/alternative/punk music-lover. And sometimes, I dislike rap music (when I say sometimes, I mean almost all the time. I’m a great person to review Pitbull, right?).But SPA LateNight hosted a phenomenal show last night.

Pitbull tickets, which were on sale Monday, sold out within an hour. A thousand Penn State students gathered last night to see this popular artist in Alumni Hall. It was insanity.

DJ Supernova kicked it off, and Alumni Hall quickly turned into a sweaty dance party. The smell? Not so pleasant. The students? They were having the time of their life. Heck, I was dancing inside the barrier (an SPA member and I thought it would be cute to do the robot. Don’t judge). Supernova even broke out “Zombie Nation.” Now you know the students were pumped to see the headliner.

Pitbull made quite the dramatic entrance and went right into one of his more popular songs.With his tongue out, air humping, and seductive looks into the crowd, Pitbull proved to be quite an entertainer. I had a blast. I didn’t know too many Pitbull songs, but I did recognize “Go Girl,” and may or may not have been dancing a bit with the other photographer.

Overall, SPA LateNight did a great job manning the show and picking a performer a lot of Penn State students enjoyed. Well done, Pitbull. Well done.

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Melanie Versaw

Melanie is a senior majoring in both Marketing and Advertising. She enjoys blowing bubbles, beating boys in Mario Kart, and going to concerts. Oh, and she takes photographs, as well.

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