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Pitbull Launches SiriusXM Radio Station: "¡Prepárense y Daleeeeee!"

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Prepárense y dáleeeeee!"

Yo' chico Pitbull is getting his own SiriusXM radio station.

"First of all, I want to thank SiriusXM for the opportunity to touch my fans in a more personal way," Mr. Worldwide said in a statement released yesterday.

"I will also get a chance to play all the music that I love and grew up listening -- most of all, we are going to have a lot of fun in the process."

See also: Pitbull's New Year's Revolution 2015 Broadcasting From Miami on Fox: "Daleee!"

Launching early next year, everyone's "Culo" will shake when Pitbull's channel hits satellite airwaves.

Sure, you'll hear all of his latest collaborative pop hits, from "Timber" with Ke$ha to "We Are One (Ole Ola)" with J. Lo to the Miami Heat theme song "Feel This Moment" with Christina Aguilera. But the most exciting news is that you'll also get to hear all of those sucio 305 anthems like "Toma," "Ay Chico (Lengua Afuera)," and "Bojangles."

Of course, Armando Christian Pérez isn't the only cantante to be broadcast via #PitbullSXM -- the channel will also feature music from "across multiple genres exclusively for SiriusXM listeners."

Músicaaside, Mr. 305 will also be spreading his "¡dáles!", "¡tomas!", and raspy voice across the globe as the host of his own weekly radio show.

Until then, keep calm and ¡dále!

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