In this Oct. 10, 2010 photo, David Rousseau, stands in a Miami sound stage as Pit Bull records a music video.  As a child, music video director  Rousseau lived in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood and would listen to the songs wafting from the nearby Orange Bowl. It was the 1980s and all the biggest acts played there: Pink Floyd, Genesis, Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson. It made him envision what the music would look like. Today, Rousseau, 35, has directed videos for some of music's biggest acts: Lil Wayne, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, and T-Pain. He is known for bright colors and graphics that complement the high-energy music he's showcasing.  (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

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In this Oct. 10, 2010 photo, David Rousseau, stands in a Miami sound stage as Pit Bull records a music video. As a child, music video director Rousseau lived in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood and would listen to the songs wafting from the nearby Orange Bowl. It was the 1980s and all the biggest acts played there: Pink Floyd, Genesis, Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson. It made him envision what the music would look like. Today, Rousseau, 35, has directed videos for some of music's biggest acts: Lil Wayne, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, and T-Pain. He is known for bright colors and graphics that complement the high-energy music he's showcasing. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)