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Emilio Estefan Writes Theme Song For Miami HEAT

Producer and Latin music mogul Emilio Estefan is giving you another reason to hate the Miami HEAT (yes, they’ve taken to capitalizing every letter of the team’s name). The South Beach squad asked Estefan to write them a new theme song. The end result? The douchiest jam ever conceived.

The song, called “Celebrate,” is a hybrid of Latin music, hip hop and R&B. It’s obnoxious, loud, and shallow. Actually, that DOES sound like Miami.

Before you tell us to put the Haterade away, do yourself a disfavor and check out the aural assault of a song.

Emilio Estefan: Douchifying the Miami HEAT

But that’s not all, folks. If the “Celebrate” wasn’t enough to get the bandwagon crowd  over at American Airlines Arena pumped up, Estefan has something else up his sleeve: an actual rhythm section at the arena! From a press release posted on the website of Bongo’s Cuban Cafe– a restaurant/club owned by the producer and his wife Gloria Estefan:

In addition, in consultation with the HEAT, Estefan has created a group of percussionists, the Miami HEAT Rhythm Section, who will perform live during select HEAT games. The Miami HEAT Rhythm Section joins the NBA’s best in-arena entertainment lineup, featuring DJ Irie, the four-time most popular dance team in the NBA, the Miami HEAT Dancers, the groundbreaking HEAT Golden Oldies senior citizen dance team, HEATV and Burnie, the HEAT mascot.

With all that entertainment, who needs basketball?!

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