12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with high-caliber cameos and unstoppable energy, Pitbull’s 10th studio album is a rush of party-till-dawn decadence. Dance-oriented reggaeton fuels most of Climate Change, but Mr. Worldwide is a collaborative ringleader who samples hooks from every corner of the music universe. “Bad Man,” for example, features Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, pop heartthrob Robin Thicke, and guitar leads from Joe Perry. But for all the shapeshifting samples and marquee guests (J Lo, Ty Dolla $ign, R. Kelly—the list goes on and on), it's Pitbull's raunchy, quick-fire rhymes that make Climate Change simmer.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with high-caliber cameos and unstoppable energy, Pitbull’s 10th studio album is a rush of party-till-dawn decadence. Dance-oriented reggaeton fuels most of Climate Change, but Mr. Worldwide is a collaborative ringleader who samples hooks from every corner of the music universe. “Bad Man,” for example, features Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, pop heartthrob Robin Thicke, and guitar leads from Joe Perry. But for all the shapeshifting samples and marquee guests (J Lo, Ty Dolla $ign, R. Kelly—the list goes on and on), it's Pitbull's raunchy, quick-fire rhymes that make Climate Change simmer.

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