Listen to Pitbull's Sexy Latin Song 'Por Favor' Featuring Fifth Harmony

Following their performance at 2017 Latin American Music Awards, the 'Hotel Room Service' rapper released the new song online.

AceShowbiz - After not releasing a new song for more than five months, %cPitbull% released a Latin song entitled "Por Favor" on October 26. He wasn't alone, though. %cFifth Harmony% joined the rapper and lent their beautiful voices for the track.

The three-minute song starts off with the "Give Me Everything" hitmaker's rap, spitting lines about hitting on a girl. "That's when I called her over and told her 'Mami come here'/ Where are you from, what is your name?/ Do you have a girlfriend, or are you looking for a man?" he rhymes. "Please, excuse all questions/ That all I want is a kiss on the tip, pretty, please."

Ahead of the release, Pitbull performed the song together with the popular girl group at 2017 Latin American Music Awards, which was held at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on October 26. Dressed in a black suit, the rapper hit the stage as he danced sexily with Fifth Harmony, gaining a loud cheer from the crowd.

Also at the event, the "Miss Independent" rapper was honored with the first ever Dick Clark Achievement Award. The award was presented to him as Pitbull has inspired all of humanity with his dedication to music and has used his fame and influence to help those in need.

"For the folks that are helpless right now, I want to motivate them and inspire them to stay strong, to rebuild even stronger," he said after receiving the trophy. "Don't ever forget that immigrants built the United States of America, we gotta stay strong, and we gotta fight so the United States of America stays the United States of America, not the divided states of America."

He added that people should build more school. "I think they should build more schools instead of worrying about building a wall," he continued. "This goes to all the fallen soldier that are out there fighting for us so we can enjoy this thing we call freedom."

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