Pitbull and Lil Jon’s new song samples one of the most recognizable songs in Wisconsin: ‘Jump Around’

“Whether it’s played at a bar in Milwaukee or at Madison’s Camp Randall Stadium, “Around Jump” is one of the most recognizable songs in Wisconsin that will get the crowd shaking and pumped up in the ground and air.”

And now, that iconic ’90s song has been remixed by Pitbull, also known as Mr. Worldwide, and rapper Lil Jon.

Wisconsin football team might have a couple of tips to cap off their helmets, and recently released two heavily sampled songs called “Jumpin Around” and “Jumpin.”

The song “Jump Around,” produced by DJ Muggs and performed by the American hip hop group House of Pain, has been a longstanding tradition at Badger football games since 1998. It is always played after the third quarter at Randall Camp, except for one time when there was a stadium construction.

It only takes a fraction of a second to “Jumpin” to recognize the melody that made House of Pain a well-known group.

He begins as he quickly spits rhymes into dives like Pitbull. Then, in the original song, he repeats the first verse, saying “pack it up, pack it up” just like in the original. Lil Jon joins Pitbull in saying “dale” multiple times in the chorus, and introduces himself and Worldwide’s Mr. Following as “Pequeño Juan” in the intro.

A few song verses that could potentially be a tribute to the heritage of “Jump Around” in the Badger state.

Rack them up, it’s game over, sink the 8 ball in the corner pocket, amass billions, tackle them, quarterback and “… In 1993, it was all just a dream…”.

Wisconsin had consecutive seasons with a 5-6 record. The Badger football program, under the guidance of head coach Barry Alvarez in 1990, achieved great success in the year 1993.

However, a change occurred in the 1993 season, when Alvarez’s new team members had transformed into a pioneering group of older students.

Before 1996, overtime regulations were not implemented. Minnesota and Ohio State University drew, but later suffered a defeat against the Badgers, who were en route to a 10-1-1 record.

Ohio State won the Ten Big Title in 1993, defeating State Michigan in the finale. As a result, the UW Badgers’ dream of a new life in Tokyo for the Rose Bowl was shattered, and Ohio State would go on to lose to Michigan.

In 1985, OSU had left. Wisconsin, on the other hand, had not participated since 1963. If there was a tie for the championship, the school that had been waiting for a Rose Bowl appearance for a longer period of time would receive the Rose Bowl berth. This was the situation back then.

On January 1, 1994, they emerged victorious for the first time. However, Wisconsin had previously participated in three Rose Bowls and unfortunately failed to secure a victory in all three occasions.

In the next 12 seasons, under Alvarez, the Badgers went to all bowl games, including Rose Bowl wins in 1998 and 1999.