“I believe that we will”- a typical positive prediction that is uttered before sporting events to boost the dwindling morale of a team, injecting them with the confidence that they will overcome every hurdle in their way. In these trying times, the world needs a similar mantra, an infectious conviction that we will beat the coronavirus pandemic and rapper-songwriter Pitbull’s latest uplifting anthem “I Believe We Will Win” is the answer.
And as Pitbull puts it, “I Believe That We Will Win” is the positive message “needed right now more than ever.” As most of the countries across the world are currently observing strict lockdown measures in an attempt to “flatten the curve” of the virus, what everyone is morbidly focused on is the number of infected cases worldwide and the death toll. And according to Pitbull, this bleak world mentality is sapping people of the energy they need to beat the pandemic.
So, when a friend of his showed him the chant on the internet, Pitbull knew that “this is what the world needs right now.” He also ensured that all the profit “I Believe That We Will Win” makes would aid charities like Feeding America and the Tony Robbins Foundation.
For the optimistic singer, what is important is to focus on how many people have recovered from the COVID-19 global pandemic
“I always look at things like a blessing in disguise. I look at solutions and opportunities and more than anything I look at the message and the lesson,” Pitbull shared in his interview with Billboard.
“We’re going to get through this, we’ll fight through this,” he said. “We have a recovery number of nearly 400,000 worldwide and that’s what we need to be talking about. That’s what I look for and we should be talking about these numbers to give people hope and motivation. To be able to be a part of this historical time and see a response from people like, ‘Damn, I am strong, we can make it,’ that for me is priceless.”
Pitbull has requested his fans to send him videos of themselves singing a snippet of his “I Believe That We Will Win” chant with which he will be making the songs music video as “it will be a world movement and what better than to start it in my backyard, the 305.”