Fast And Furious 4 Soundtrack - Blanco By Pitbull Ft. Pharrell Acevergs (mp3.pm).mp3
How Blanco by Pitbull and Pharrell Became the Hit Soundtrack of Fast and Furious 4
If you are a fan of the Fast and Furious franchise, you probably remember the catchy song that played during the opening scene of the fourth installment. The song is called Blanco, and it features Pitbull and Pharrell Williams on vocals. But how did this song become the official soundtrack of Fast and Furious 4? Here is the story behind it.
Fast and Furious 4 Soundtrack - Blanco by Pitbull ft. Pharrell acevergs (mp3.pm).mp3
The Origin of Blanco
Blanco is a song that was produced by The Neptunes, a duo consisting of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. The Neptunes are known for their distinctive sound and style, and have worked with many artists such as Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Snoop Dogg, and Britney Spears. The song was originally recorded by Pitbull for his album Rebelution, which was released in 2009. Pitbull is a Cuban-American rapper who is famous for his energetic and upbeat songs that blend hip-hop, reggaeton, and pop genres. Pitbull has also collaborated with many artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, and Chris Brown.
The Connection to Fast and Furious 4
Fast and Furious 4 is a movie that was released in 2009 as well. It is the fourth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise, which revolves around illegal street racing and heists. The movie features Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jordana Brewster as the main characters. The movie also marks the return of Diesel and Walker to the franchise after they skipped the second and third films. The movie was a huge success at the box office, grossing over $360 million worldwide.
The director of Fast and Furious 4, Justin Lin, wanted to use Blanco as the opening song of the movie because he felt that it matched the tone and vibe of the film. He also wanted to pay homage to the original Fast and Furious movie, which used another song by The Neptunes called L.A.X. Files by Dr. Dre. Lin contacted Pitbull and Pharrell and asked them to make a new version of Blanco for the movie. Pitbull and Pharrell agreed, and they added some new lyrics and sounds to make it more suitable for the film.
The Impact of Blanco
Blanco was released as a single in March 2009, along w