Atop a skyscraper, Pitbull gazes out upon the rest of the world, thinking about the many countries he's traveled to and whipping his tie around at will. "I don't play football, but I touch down everywhere!" declares the pop star, also known as Mr. Worldwide. He soon commands the explosion of fireworks at will, and keeps dancing.
Such is the general concept for the music video for "International Love," Pitbull's latest single off "Planet Pit," which premiered online on Thursday (Dec. 8). The track, featuring Chris Brown, climbs to No. 56 on this week's Hot 100.
Other highlights include some lively concert footage from Pitbull's most recent tour, beautiful women with the flags of Brazil and the U.S. precisely painted upon their bodies, Brown's smiling face projected on the side of a skyscraper, and a bit of product placement for Pit's Voli vodka brand. The "International Love" video caps off a year in which Pitbull scored his biggest hit ever, "Give Me Everything" featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer, which finished at No. 5 on the Hot 100 songs of the year chart.
Next up for Pitbull: a possible role on "Glee." Entertainment Weekly reports that the rapper is being courted by the Fox show's producers to play the big brother of Santana (Nayra Rivera).