Pitbull Planet Pit
Entertainment Weekly: "A dozen doses of uncut electro-rap feel-good....The Cuban-American rapper sticks to lighter themes..." -- Grade: A-
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- Released: August 26, 2016
- Originally Released: 2011
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Rolling Stone - p.1033 stars out of 5 -- "There are guest spots by R&B stars and Latin lovers....There's something charming about Pitbull's enthusiasm..."
Entertainment Weekly - p.72"A dozen doses of uncut electro-rap feel-good....The Cuban-American rapper sticks to lighter themes..." -- Grade: A-
- 1.Mr. Worldwide (Intro) - (featuring Vein)
- 2.Give Me Everything - (featuring Nayer / Ne-Yo)
- 3.Rain Over Me
- 4.Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)
- 6.Come N Go
- 7.Shake Se¤ora - (featuring T-Pain)
- 8.International Love
- 9.Castle Made of Sand - (featuring Jamie Drastik)
- 10.Took My Love - (featuring David Rush / RedFoo / Vein)
- 11.Where Do We Go
- 12.Something for the DJs
Recording information: 2 Hard Studios, Kingston, Jamaica; Al Burna Studios, Miami, FL; Board Room Studios, NJ; Chevy Shack Studios, Atlanta, GA; Circle House Studios, Miami, FL; Conway Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Eightysevenfourteen Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Henson Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL; Prospect Music Studio, New York, NY; Side 3 Studios, Denver, CO; Soulpower Studios; South Point Studios, Miami, FL; Wall Music BV, The Netherlands; Westlake Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Photographers: Timothy Saccenti; Ian Cuttler.
Long delayed and highly anticipated -- lead-off single "Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)" shot into the Top Ten in September of 2010 -- Pitbull's Planet Pit is the first album from the Miami-based rapper since his Spanish-language effort, Armando. With a mix of English and Spanish, plus club cuts and street music, this is more the standard, crowd-pleasing, and hit-filled Pitbull effort with the follow-up single "Give Me Everything" offered as more floor-filling evidence.