Last year’s massive Planet Pit positioned the Cuban-American party ambassador as an international concern, and Global Warming re-ups Mr. Worldwide’s booming brand with border-crossing dance-floor thumpers, swag-embedded journalism (”Reporting live from the tallest building in Tokyo!”), and duets with globally bankable artists like the Wanted, Enrique Iglesias, and J. Lo. The highlight may be the Christina Aguilera collab ”Feel This Moment,” which whisks a ”Take On Me” sample to places it’s never been before. ¡A-ha! A-
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PARTY HARD The Cuban-American party ambassador endorses dance beats and club anthems in this album
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: Pitbull; Music Label: RCA
Posted November 28 2012 — 12:00 AM EST
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