Pitbull is about to release his next album. The past year has been full of new single releases by the sexy artist, teasing the release of the new album called Climate Change due out March 17th. The news of the album drop came from his social media, while the LP will be featuring some major collaborations of epic proportions. Artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, Austin Mahone, Robin Thicke, Flo Rida, Stephen A. Clark and Ape Drums will be featured as per previous reports, with the album ready for pre-order now. Pitbull is no stranger to powerful collaborations, with his album Dale picking up a Grammy in 2016. It was his first Spanish album in many years and aptly featured Ricky Martin, Gente de Zona, Osmani Garcia, and Farruko. He is certainly not taking any breaks now, even video shooting for his new song “Hey Mama” to be featured in the new Fast and Furious film. (the song will be released in both Spanish and English)
Fans of both Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias will be thrilled to find that the pair will be touring together later this year, though we do not have the dates yet. We can also expect a collaboration between Camila Cabello, Columbian pop sensation J Balvin, and Mr. Worldwide himself soon enough if rumors are to be believed. Might be something very Cuba-related too if Cabello’s Instagram account serves as hint enough, with a Cuban flag being rocked in a vintage car on the streets of her native Havana. There is so much goodness to be awaited in 2017 and we are simply too impatient for their releases now.