Spontaneous combustion must be a really painful experience. I mean, think about it: you’re just walking down the street one day, minding your business, and then before you know it you’re completely engulfed in flames. To date, the phenomenon’s been comfortingly rare, but now it seems to be on the rise in certain settings—namely, dance floors. On the official remix of current single Fire Burning, Sean Kingston and fellow club favorite Pitbull seek to raise awareness of this disturbing new trend by bringing their message to the very place where it most needs to be heard: the club. Pitbull’s first to hit the mic over Red One‘s house-informed beat (retained from the original), warning the girl of his affections that she’s getting dangerously close to starting a fire, and Sean steps in when the situation takes a turn for the worse, pleading for fellow clubgoers to call an ambulance. It goes without saying that listening to this track and heeding the message is of paramount importance. Please, do your part to prevent spontaneous combustion in the club, and keep it locked to our front page for further bulletins on Kingston’s Tomorrow LP (which is tentatively set for release on 9/22).
Written by Dr. D on 07/12/09
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