Hear Pitbull, Blake Shelton Cut Loose in New Collaboration Get Ready – Rolling Stone

Country singer and Voice coach Blake Shelton joins rapper Pitbull on Get Ready, a party-friendly track from the Florida-based artists newly released album Libertad 548.

Built on top of a stomping, four-on-the-floor beat and a hard-rock guitar riff, Get Ready features Shelton singing a hook nicked from Ram Jams update of the traditional song Black Betty. Whoa-oh, get ready/Bam-ba-lam, he sings. Get ready to ride. Mr. Worldwide, meanwhile, marinates in nonstop-party hedonism during his verses: Wildin out, fill my cup to the tip/Ridin out to Atlantic City, he intones at one point.

Libertad 548 was released on Friday and its title honors Pitbulls father, who was involved in the 1980 Mariel Boatlift that transported many Cuban refugees to the U.S. mainland. Other collaborators on the album include Daddy Yankee, Lil Jon, Becky G and Ne-Yo. Get Ready isnt Pitbulls first collision with country music, either he appeared on Keith Urbans Sun Dont Let Me Down from 2016s Ripcord, as well as with Kesha on the hit single Timber, which blended elements of country and dance music.

Shelton just kicked off his 17th season of The Voice and is now the NBC shows longest-tenured coach. On December 13th, hell release Fully Loaded: Gods Country, a collection of recent hits and new tracks. His latest single is Hell Right, a collaboration with Trace Adkins.

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