Miami is already getting hyped to host next year's Super Bowl.
Rapper Pitbull narrates Miami's first Super Bowl LIV hype video that was released after the Patriots beat the Rams in Atlanta's Super Bowl LIII.
Pitbull is a Miami native. The artist–also known as Mr. Worldwide or Mr. 305–raps about the people, the culture and their football history in the new video as flashy scenes of Miami showcase the city and take you on a tour of Miami's neighborhoods.
"We're at the bottom of the map but we're always on top, hosting Super Bowl 54 making history," Pitbull says. "11 Super Bowls we produced the most NFL players and that's no mystery."
Miami will host the 2020 Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium, which marks the venue's fifth Super Bowl. Hard Rock has also hosted Super Bowl XXIII, XXXIII, XLI and XLIV along with the 2010 Pro Bowl, two World Series, four BCS National Championship games and more.
Hard Rock is also slated to host the College Football Playoff National Championship game in 2021, one year after their Super Bowl.
Super Bowl LIV will mark the 11th time the city of Miami has hosted the NFL's big game–setting a record for most Super Bowl's played in one city.