The Boatlift

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The Boatlift
Studio album by Pitbull
Released November 27, 2007
Recorded 2006–2007
Genre Crunk, hip-hop
Length 58:43
Label Poe Boy/TVT/Bad Boy Latino
Producer Sean "P. Diddy" Combs(exec.) , Armando "Pitbull" Pérez (exec.) Lil Jon, Mr. Collipark, Nitti, Soundz, Diaz Brothers, Play-n-Skillz
Pitbull chronology
El Mariel
(2006)
The Boatlift
(2007)
Rebelution
(2009)
Singles from Pitbull
  1. "Go Girl"
    Released: 2007
  2. "The Anthem"
    Released: March 4, 2007
  3. "Sticky Icky"
    Released: May 15, 2007
  4. "Secret Admirer"
    Released: November 27, 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Okayplayer 4/5 stars [2]
Music for America (semi-favorable review) [3]
Slant 3/5 stars [4]
RapReviews.com (7.5/10) [5]
DJBooth.net 3.5/5 stars [6]

The Boatlift is the third studio album by Miami rapper Pitbull. It was released on November 27, 2007. The singles are "Go Girl", "The Anthem", "Secret Admirer", and "Sticky Icky". The song "Fuego (Remix)" was featured on the video game Madden NFL 2008.

The album debuted at number fifty with sales of 32,084 copies in its first two weeks.[7]

Track listing[edit]

Tracklisting confirmed by iTunes,[8] and songwriting credits was confirmed by Allmusic.[9]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "A Little Story" (Intro) Armando Pérez   1:08
2. "Go Girl" (featuring Trina & Young Bo$$) David Bowen-Petterson, Kenneth Coby, Pérez Soundz 3:49
3. "Dukey Love" (featuring Trick Daddy & Fabo) Michael Crooms, Pérez, Lefabian Williams, Maurice Young Mr. Collipark 3:45
4. "I Don't See 'Em" (featuring Cubo & AIM) Pérez, Juan Rodriguez, Aldo Roman, Pedro Trujillo Tru 3:59
5. "Midnight" (featuring Casely) Jacob Aminov, Pérez Vein 3:32
6. "Ying & the Yang"   LaMarquis Jefferson, Craig Love, Larry Nix, Pérez, Jonathan Smith Lil Jon 3:27
7. "The Anthem" (featuring Lil Jon) Rune Kølsch, Carlos Mattos, Michael Ochoa-Camp, Pérez Lil Jon, Albert Castillo, Rich "DJ Riddler" Pangilinan 4:05
8. "The Truth" (Interlude) Pérez   0:54
9. "Candyman" (featuring Twista) Paul Irizarry, Carl Mitchell, Pérez, Armando Rosario Brown Thugz 3:11
10. "Sticky Icky" (featuring Jim Jones) Joseph Jones II, Pérez, Smith Lil Jon 3:42
11. "My Life" (featuring Jason Derülo) Lionel Delao, Pérez, Adrian Santalla Drop & Deadbeats 3:44
12. "Secret Admirer" (featuring Lloyd) Carl Mahone, Pérez, Juan Salinas, Oscar Salinas, David Terry Play-N-Skillz 3:18
13. "Get Up/Levantate"   Robert Ford, Jake Moore, Pérez, Salinas, Salinas, Lewis Simmons, Kurt Walker Play-N-Skillz 3:17
14. "Fuego" (DJ Buddha Remix) (featuring Don Omar) Chad Butler, Crooms, William Landrón, Pérez Mr. Collipark 3:49
15. "Stripper Pole" (Remix) (featuring Toby Love) Teso Martínez, Pérez, Edward Pérez, Jean Carles Pierre, Rivera Eddie Perez 3:56
16. "Un Poquito" (featuring Yung Berg) Mark Owen, Pérez, Christian Ward 110% Pure, Big LO 3:42
17. "Tell Me" (Remix) (featuring Frankie J & Ken-Y) Francisco Bautista, Jr., Kenny Mafer, Perez, Smith Lil Jon 4:34
18. "Mr. 305" (Outro) Pérez   0:45
Total length:
58:43
Sample credits

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Baker, Geoff (2005), ""La Habana que no conoces": Cuban rap and the social construction of urban space", Ethnomusicology Forum 15 (2): 215–246 .

"Pitbull: El Capitan", Giant Magazine (New York City, New York), 6 December 2007, retrieved 2008-02-06 .

Kalikwest Publication Group (24 March 2005), "Pitbull On", MySpace Music, retrieved 2008-02-06 .

"Who Is Pitbull: Biography", The Pitbull Official Site, 24 March 2005, retrieved 2008-02-06 .