||ExplicitGlobal Warming (feat. Sensato)||Pitbull||1:25||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Don't Stop the Party (feat. TJR)||Pitbull||3:26||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Feel This Moment (feat. Christina Aguilera)||Pitbull||3:49||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||CleanBack in Time||Pitbull||3:27||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Hope We Meet Again (feat. Chris Brown)||Pitbull||3:41||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitParty Ain't Over (feat. Usher & Afrojack)||Pitbull||4:03||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Drinks for You (Ladies Anthem) [feat. J. Lo]||Pitbull||3:16||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Have Some Fun (feat. The Wanted & Afrojack)||Pitbull||4:04||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitOutta Nowhere (feat. Danny Mercer)||Pitbull||3:26||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Tchu Tchu Tcha (feat. Enrique Iglesias)||Pitbull||3:25||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitLast Night (feat. Havana Brown & Afrojack)||Pitbull||3:39||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitI'm Off That||Pitbull||3:17||$1.29||View in iTunes|
Unless you were living under a rock in 2012, you'll recognize tracks like "Don't Stop the Party" and "Feel This Moment" from Mr. Worldwide's seventh studio album, so ubiquitous were they in clubs, commercials, aerobics classes—you name it. Having completed his transition from streetwise Miami rapper to global entertainment superstar, Pitbull here is in full command of the EDM-pop hybrid he helped popularize, repurposing a range of erstwhile Top 40 hits, from Sheryl Crow's "I Gotta Feeling" on "Have Some Fun" to a-ha's "Take on Me" for the powerhouse "Feel This Moment." With guests ranging from J. Lo to Enrique Iglesias, Global Warming never lets up.
hope is great
i hope isas good as planet pit
Tchu Tchu Tcha is edited… This is the explicit version, so.. i'm confused...
One of my favorite rappers
Up front, I'm not a huge fan of rap. I don't respect the majority of the greedy, immoral and wildly egotistical and packaged to sell image-for sale rhyming. Far too much patting themselves on their own backs for just being able to rhyme like a first grader.
That being said, Pitbull is one of my more favorite rappers in a weak genre. I'm a big fan of his voice and I love his songs with a more Cubano/Miami/Summer vibe. Those songs, making up a smaller poriton of his catalog, are by far his best tunes. When it gets hot out and i'm in the mood for some summer jams, Pitbull starts to get more air-time on my Ipod. And some of the party anthems on this album are obviously pretty good-to-great.
Those are just a small part of this album, however. There's plenty of issues with this one. Global Warming is definitely a "cherry-pick" sort of album.
My biggest issue is the same problem I have with everything Pitbull does. Though i love his voice, i can't stand his constant habit of self-giggling. Dude laughs at himself like every 20 seconds in every single song. Just non-stop "hahahaha." He could be a drinking game for Pete's sake. It's the Pitbull version of Shaggy's even more annoying habit of constantly telling us his name. Take that giggle-fest away and he'd probably be my favorite rap artist.
Some of the lyrics and imagery are too frequent and annoying also. Also like Shaggy, i wish he didn't feel the need to constantly tell us his self-invented and completely stupid moniker "Mr. Worldwide" followed usually by a giggle. It's a shameless and commercialized attempt to brand himself and only feeds the money-grubbing feel that i hate about rap. And, in that vein, can we just stop bragging about "I get/got money"? It was such a tired cliche in rap for about 15 years now. Why exactly does claiming that help sell records?
It's usually not Pit's performance that makes a track garbage, it's everything else like the instrumentals and weak featured performances. Some of the songs have way too much techno/electronic noise. I get that the grating powertool sound is in right now, but it just ruins otherwise good songs and obscures his great vocals. Perfect case in point, the song Have Some Fun is completely destroyed by that fake club sound that reminds me of some sweaty fat person sliding off of a leather couch.
The last insult with this album is that the best song on the version i downloaded isn't even included here. Echa Palla is leaps and bounds better than anything else related to Global Warming. I love it. It's my favorite Pitubll tune. I'm hoping for dozens more songs like it.
The stats without Echa Palla are pretty weak. There's one 4 star song in Don't Stop the Party. It's the only other really strong track. There's one 3 star song in Back in Time and one 2 star song. The rest are all throwaways. And this is one of my favorite rappers. That just goes to show you how little regard i have for the genre.
Born: January 15, 1981 in Miami, FL
Years Active: '00s, '10s