“The slow grind is the fa’ sho’ grind,” Pitbull expressed in his last interview with OZONE. These are words of an artist characterized by patience and persistence. Some may wonder if it’s better to be a Platinum selling one hit wonder or a Gold artist turned legendary. While one promises instant fame and overnight money, the other is focused on building a foundation and appreciation for success. Pitbull chooses the second option – the one with longevity.
Since the release of his second album on TVT Records entitled El Mariel, Pit’s been putting his all into touring and promoting. His travels around the world have enlightened him on many issues that others take for granted, such as freedom. Fresh off his flight from Mexico, Pit shares his thoughts on his current album, his future ventures and life in general.
Is El Mariel living up to your expectations?
I’d say one hundred percent, especially with me having to fight through the fourth quarter. That’s all I know is how to grind so it’s a beautiful thing. I’m still on the road with it. Read more…