Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Culo Means Ass in Spanish and Italian

Just in case you missed @Pitbull's track Culo or weren't exactly sure what that phrase meant, don't worry, Interscope Chairman Jimmy Iovine is here to save the day. I can think of no better idea than teaming up with a world famous photographer (@raphaelmazzucco) to put on full display a full book dedicated female assets. Wait, even better, how about releasing a trailer to build the hype for the book using @Timbaland's first single off Shock Value 3? #MustBeNice...

To gain a full understanding of what exactly Jimmy decided was adequate subject matter for the book, feel free and press play below. WARNING! SLIGHTLY NSFW!
Yep I'd say that trailer provided a solid assessment of something that an asspiring author would find a world famous photographer to assist in shooting. Ok ok, I'll stop, but really though, I betcha didn't know that culo was a detogatory term meaning buttocks or behind in both Spanish and Italian. For example, here are a few fun phrases I've learning through my multi-lingual Hip Hop education.
"Alza il culo!" - "Get off your ass!" (Italian)
"Ti faccio un culo cosi" - "I'm gonna kick your ass" (Italian)
"¿Viste su culo?" - "Did you see her ass?" (Spanish)
"Que culo mas bueno tienes" - "What a nice ass you have" (Spanish)
Now that you're all learned up on some foreign curse words and phrases, bring the focus back to track at hand where Timbo and @davidguetta double team a Miami-club worthy beat with the help of @Pitbull. Surprising is a good adjective to describe the sound of Shock Value 3's first single, but just because it's different doesn't mean it's bad by any stretch of the imagination. Keep an eye out for Timbo releasing his own video soon and don't be afraid to be a little assertive with the volume level...

Timbaland feat Pitbull & David Guetta - Pass At Me (Prod.By Timbaland & David Guetta)

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