Pitbull has the crowd going crazy to his version of "How Low Can You Go" live in this performance footage from a May 4 show at Fryshuset in Stockholm, Sweden.
Maybe it's not until you see this that you realize how big Miami culture is on a global scale. Keep in mind that before Ludacris put his rap over the beat, "How Low Can You Go" was a call and response strip club anthem on the streets of Miami voiced by none other than Disco Rick of "Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle," and "Yo Momma's On Crack Rock" fame.
This video, shot on an HD mobile phone, presents a Miami Cuban rapper doing verses over a beat that uses the vocals from a guy who's currently a strip club DJ at King of Diamonds in Miami, which is all pretty amazing considering that a club full of people in Sweden are loving it.
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