Pitbull is Set to Bring the Party to Advertising Week New York
Music fans don’t have to worry about stopping the party anytime soon, because international mega star Pitbull is ready to bring his expert advice as a featured speaker to Advertising Week New York this upcoming September.
Top leaders in entertainment, tech, advertising, and business with gather in the “Big Apple” to share their knowledge with attendees in all stages of their careers. Advertising Week New York is an enormous celebration of the progress of various businesses. The star-studded extravaganza, which takes place at AMC Lincoln Square over the course of four days, is currently in its 16th year of existence. This year’s AWNY is scheduled to have over 1,000 inspirational speakers on 10 unique stages scattered throughout the venue.
Pitbull is no stranger to achieving success on a massive level. His never-ending legion of diehard fans have every reason to believe in his signature phrase, “dale.” Translating to “get it,” that’s exactly what the dapper Pitbull does around the clock.
In a recent interview with NPR, Pitbull confsessed his major keys to success. "I took a negative and made it a positive. It's the same hustle, same mentality, same grind, same struggle, same fight — just a different product, and my product is music," he revealed.
Selling over 65 million records worldwide, the 38-year-old rapper and songwriter is the mastermind behind popular the dance tracks “Give Me Everything,” “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho),” “We Are One (Ole Ola),” and “Timber.” Mr. 305’s certified money making hits continue to inspire people to get on their feet and shake their tail feathers in their full glory. Who said that “the American Dream” was dead?
The always fashionable and charming rapper isn’t the only musician who will be on hand for Advertising Week New York, either. If rock music is more your speed, get your eardrums prepared in advance so they don’t shatter. Music & Mojitos has learned that O.A.R.’s lead vocalist and guitarist Marc Roberge is also set to share his thoughts, in addition to energetic entrepreneurs including VaynerX’s Gary Vaynerchuk, DryBar’s Alli Webb, and Soul Cycle CEO Melanie Whelan. O.A.R.’s latest album, The Mighty, recently dropped in March.
Some of the brands that will be represented at AWNY include Ben & Jerry’s, Twitter, Bumble, Cirque du Soleil, Disney, Twitch, eBay, Facebook, Google, Heineken, Hulu, and TikTok.
To see the expanding lineup of Advertising Week New York this year, click here.
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