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Review: Pitbull Throws Yet Another Huge Party on ‘Climate Change’

Our take on the latest from the Miami superstar

Review: Pitbull, 'Climate Change'

Randall Slavin

In the age of DJ Khaled and Snapchat celebs, “Mr.
Worldwide” is like a versatile old-school showman. Here, Pitbull brings on
Robin Thicke, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker for “Bad
Man,” which is like U2’s “Desire” as Miami club thunder, and
gives the Soup Dragons’ rave-pop classic “I’m Free” a reggaeton tint
on “Freedom.” The guy who promises to “pull a little hair/smack
a little oooh” on “Educate Ya” may not always be as
charming as his one-world groove, but he knows how to host a party. 

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