Closed: Win Concert Tickets to Pitbull’s Rebelution Tour

(Adapted from LAMC Productions)

It is time to kick up some Latin flavor this May 2010! LAMC Productions is proud to announce that charismatic Cuban-American rapper “Mr. 305” PITBULL brings his Rebelution to Singapore on Tuesday May 18, 2010 at Fort Canning Park.

Pitbull has earned a reputation of being one of music’s versatile leading men. Pitbull’s major label debut, “Rebelution” made it’s debut at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 and No. 10 on the digital album chart, making it Pitbull’s highest U.S. debut to date.

Singles from the album have dominated the charts, the first single “Hotel Room Service” made it to No. 8 and the international smash hit “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)” peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)” achieved sales of more than 1.6 million digital singles and was the most watched music video on YouTube in 2009 with over 82 million views. Recently in 2009, Pitbull won the first ever “Latin Digital Download Artist of the Year” award at the Billboard Latin Music Awards.

An exclusive pair of concert tickets is up for grabs so use your Facebook today and tag The UrbanWire (@theurbanwire) in your post telling us why you love Pitbull and stand a chance to win a pair of concert passes to catch Pitbull’s Rebelution Tour at Fort Canning Park on May 18 2010.

Winners will be selected based on the most creative entries.

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This contest is done in conjunction with LAMC Productions.

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Amanda has chosen to hide behind written "unencumbered numbered words" (Jason Mraz, of whom she is a fan) due to her unsuccessful attempts to attain proper enunciation. Also, Jason Mraz can be very odd sometimes, which is something that Amanda identifies with easily. Amanda is also desperately in love with the food blog, smitten kitchen, because that’s the sort of life she hopes to have someday: a small kitchen in a bustling city filled to the brim with unforgettable food. She hopes that by being the Food editor of Trimedia Publishing, she is taking at least one small step towards her dream. She also loves the movie Inglourious Basterds. This is because the scene in which Lt. Aldo Raine casually carves the swastika into the forehead Col. Hans Landa and the fold of skin is arching up away from his skull is nauseating, demented and a work of genius.