Hope We Meet Again
Label: Mr.305/Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records
Who releases an album of sunny, clubby, up-all-night anthems in November?! Mr. 305, that's who -- the guy who not only lives in Miami, but might just pull off his goal of taking Miami's heat and its year-round party worldwide. Nothing too weighty here, though Pit does get serious here and there -- about really rapping, for instance, on the title track and about things he cares about on almost-feminist pickup anthem "Drinks for You" and the almost-political "I'm Off That." Mostly, though, life's a beach in Pit's world, especially on the Latin-leaning tracks ("Tchu Tchu Tcha" really heats up).