Mr. Worldwide hits the hot Miami streets in style in his newest song — and video — aptly titled “Greenlight.” The first single off of Pitbull’s upcoming tenth studio album, Climate Change, “Greenlight” is chock full of the sun-soaked, toe-tapping, fun-loving vibes that the rapper has built his international empire upon, complete with a snazzy sax melody.
As for the album title, its meaning might not be what you think. “I feel like every time we put out an album we change the climate in the music business,” Pitbull told EW. And about that video: you can expect the usual scantily-clad women, vintage whips and modern race cars, and Pitbull in a sharp white summer suit. The song is pretty easy listening, although it’s just a taste of what’s to come.
Climate Change will hit on October 9th, Entertainment Weekly reports, and will feature Jennifer Lopez, Jason Derulo and Robin Thicke.
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