Jerrod Niemann Enlists Pitbull for 'Drink' Remix

Rapper adds dose of dance to "Drink to That All Night"

Jerrod Niemann
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May 20, 2014 6:25 PM ET

Jerrod Niemann's two-week Number One "Drink to That All Night" already sounded like a candidate for club DJs, but a new remix of the single is poised to take it past the velvet rope. Rapper Pitbull has added his own unique touch to the track, from Niemann's High Noon album, resulting in a dance-ready remix.

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Niemann and Pitbull's country-pop collaboration follows on the heels of Florida Georgia Line's uber-successful partnership with Nelly, who recorded a hip-hop remix of the FGL juggernaut "Cruise" with the duo. Nelly is also touring with Florida Georgia Line this summer.

Niemann, meanwhile, is following up "Drink to That All Night" with the delightfully absurd "Donkey" — about riding an ass to the honky-tonk after his truck breaks down. With a pulsing beat and Niemann's hip-hop cadence, it too could find its way into the club. 

Listen to the "Drink to That All Night" Pitbull remix here:

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