Pitbull Heats Up Global Warming
November 8, 2012

Pitbull has unveiled the details of Global Warming, his seventh album which drops on November 19. The effort was recorded around the world and includes a slate of diverse musical influences, as well as an impressive list of guest stars. Christina Aguilera joins Pitbull on "Feel This Moment," Jennifer Lopez sings on "Drinks For You (Ladies Anthem)," Enrique Iglesias guests on "Tchu Tchu Tcha," Chris Brown appears on the track "Hope We Meet Again," and Usher and Afrojack both appear on "Party Ain't Over." Afrojack is also featured with Havana Brown on "Last Night." Global Warming will also include Pitbull's current hit single with TJR, "Don't Stop The Party," plus "Back In Time" from the movie Men In Black 3.

Pitbull will be all over television promoting his new album, as fans will see him on the Latin Grammys, American Music Awards (where Pit is nominated for 2 trophies), Today Show Toyota Outdoor Concert Series, The View, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Chelsea Lately, Access Hollywood Live and more. Pitbull will also release his first ever full-length concert DVD, Pitbull: Live At Rock In Rio, on Tuesday, November 27. The DVD will feature live performances from his tour stop in Rio de Janeiro over the summer.

You can view Pitbull's album teaser video below:





 
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