|Single by Pitbull featuring Sensato del Patio, Black Point, Lil Jon and El Cata|
|from the album Armando|
|Released||March 9, 2010|
|Genre||Latin hip hop|
|Label||Mr. 305, Sony Music Latin|
|Songwriter(s)||Jonathan Smith, Armando C. Perez, Jonas Joaquín Ortiz Alberto, William A. Reyna, Daniel Woodis Jr., Edward Bello|
|Pitbull singles chronology|
|Sensato del Patio singles chronology|
|El Cata singles chronology|
|Lil Jon singles chronology|
"Watagatapitusberry" is a collaborative effort by Black Point with American recording artist Pitbull, released on March 9, 2010 as the lead single from his fifth studio album, Armando (2010). The song features guest appearances from Dominican rappers Sensato del Patio, El Cata and Black Point, along with Lil Jon. It combines hip hop and "Latin pop-style theatricality".
After the release of Pitbull's then previous album Rebelution (2009), Pitbull released his first Spanish-language album, titled Armando. The first single from this album was "Watagatapitusberry". This song was produced by DJ Class. The song is a remix, with the original belonging to Dominican hip hop recording artist Sensato del Patio.
|US Billboard Latin Songs||30|
|US Billboard Latin Pop Songs||24|
|US Billboard Latin Digital Songs||4|
|US Billboard Tropical Songs||13|
|United States||March 9, 2010||Digital download (promo single)|
|March 24, 2010||Mainstream radio|
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