Just 17 months after signing with WME, the rapper and businessman is on the move again.
The well-known musician, business entrepreneur, motivational speaker and education advocate, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, just completed his second co-headlining tour with Enrique Iglesias this year and supported Britney Spears on her European tour. Earlier this year Pitbull wrapped his two-year “Time of Our Lives” Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood and is set to host his annual “Worldwide NYE,” event at Bayfront Park in Miami this New Year’s Eve. Pitbull has two No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, ten songs that charted within the Top 10 and 44 songs overall that have charted on Billboard's top songs chart. Last year, he released his 10th full-length album Climate Change and first-ever Greatest Hits album.
In May 2017, Pitbull left CAA after an eight-month-stint to join WME, announcing he hoped to continue his ventures in music and beyond, including raising his global profile as a motivational speaker. In April, he announced a tour with his childhood hero, Tony Robbins, at the Billboard's Latin Music Week and said he didn't plan to release several new tracks on platforms like Spotify.