Release Date: Mar 17, 2017
Record label: RCA
Genre(s): Rap, Pop/Rock, Dance-Pop, Party Rap
Perennial party-starter Pitbull continues his crusade to set the club -- and Earth -- aflame with his tenth album, Climate Change. The collection followed 2015's Grammy-winning, Spanish-language Dale but finds Mr. 305 reaching back to 2014's Globalization in terms of creating his trademark radio-friendly pop gems. His charisma, confidence, and indomitable energy remain the primary draw to the Pitbull brand, coursing like a mainline injection of Red Bull and vodka over 12 tracks designed to help listeners forget about their worries and tear up the dancefloor.
If you thought Pitbull had gone all Al Gore on us on Climate Change, think again. On his 10th album, Mr. Worldwide's world once again revolves around the dance floor. Hooting and hyping it up with more energy than a pack of puppies, Pit remains pop's biggest party animal. He presides over the ….
In the age of DJ Khaled and Snapchat celebs, "Mr. Worldwide" is like a versatile old-school showman. Here, Pitbull brings on Robin Thicke, Aerosmith's Joe Perry and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker for "Bad Man," which is like U2's "Desire" as Miami club thunder, and gives the Soup Dragons' rave-pop classic "I'm Free" a reggaeton tint on "Freedom." The guy who promises to "pull a little hair/smack a little oooh" on "Educate Ya" may not always be as charming as his one-world groove, but he knows how to host a party.