Armada Latina

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"Armada Latina"
Single by Cypress Hill featuring Marc Anthony & Pitbull
from the album Rise Up
Released March 2, 2010
Genre Hip hop
Length 4:04
Producer(s) Jim Jonsin
Cypress Hill singles chronology
"Rise Up"
"Armada Latina"
"Roll It, Light It"

"Rise Up"
"Armada Latina"
"Roll It, Light It"
Pitbull singles chronology
(2010) Egoísta2010
"Armada Latina"
(2010) Armada Latina2010
(2010) Watagatapitusberry2010
Marc Anthony singles chronology
(2009) Recuérdame2009
"Armada Latina"
(2010) Armada Latina2010
"Y Como Es El"
(2010) Y Como Es El2010

"Armada Latina'" (English: Latino Army) is the fourth single from Cypress Hill's studio album, Rise Up. It features Cuban rapper Pitbull and Puerto Rican singer Marc Anthony, it was released on March 2, 2010.[1] The song samples the fourth portion of the 1969 song "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes."

Music video[edit]

The music video, directed by Matt Alonzo, was filmed at Mariachi Plaza in Los Angeles. The video was premiered on April 8, 2010.[2] Latin pop singer Belinda and Kevin McCall are featured in the video. Anthony does not appear in the video,[3] instead, a body double is used for his verses. Stephen Stills, writer of "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", appears during the guitar breakdown.[4]

Track listing[edit]

iTunes digital single[1]
1."Armada Latina" (feat. Pitbull and Marc Anthony) (explicit album version)M. Anthony, S. Stills, L. Freese, S. Reyes, J. Scheffer, A.C. PerezJim Jonsin4:04


Chart (2010) Peak
Czech (IFPI)[5] 55
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[6] 96
Japan (Japan Hot 100) 63
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[7] 88
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard) 6
US Rap Songs (Billboard)[8] 25


  1. ^ a b ""Armada Latina" single by Cypress Hill (feat. Pitbull and Marc Anthony)". 2010-04-30. 
  3. ^ Cypress Hill's 'Armada Latina' Video Kicks Off The Summer-Jam Sweepstakes
  4. ^ "Cypress Hill video for "Armada Latina" features Stephen Stills". 2010-04-12. Archived from the original on 2012-07-22. 
  5. ^ ds. "Čns Ifpi". Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  6. ^ "Canadian Hot 100". Retrieved 2010-05-06. 
  7. ^ Top 100 - Editia 46 01.08.2010
  8. ^ "Cypress Hill > Billboard Singles". Allmusic. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2010-04-30. 

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