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  • Watch: New Pitbull video, paid for by Visit Florida, features state's 'sexy' beaches

    The new video from rapper Pitbull looks like a four-minute advertisement for Florida because that's exactly what it is. The Miami music star last year signed with the state's tourism marketing agency for an undisclosed amount and this past week released a video for the song "Sexy Beaches" that includes scenes from nearly two-dozen Florida beaches stretching from the Panhandle to Key West. (Associated Press)

The new video from rapper Pitbull looks like a four-minute advertisement for Florida because that's exactly what it is. The Miami music star last year signed with the state's tourism marketing agency for an undisclosed amount and this past week released a video for the song "Sexy Beaches" that includes scenes from nearly two-dozen Florida beaches stretching from the Panhandle to Key West. (Associated Press) Pitbull and Visit Florida
The new video from rapper Pitbull looks like a four-minute advertisement for Florida because that's exactly what it is. The Miami music star last year signed with the state's tourism marketing agency for an undisclosed amount and this past week released a video for the song "Sexy Beaches" that includes scenes from nearly two-dozen Florida beaches stretching from the Panhandle to Key West. (Associated Press) Pitbull and Visit Florida

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