Pitbull Sets Release Date for New Album 'Climate Change'

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Pitbull performs on stage at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 5, 2016 in Miami. 

After releasing a few singles from his upcoming album last year, Pitbull has finally set a release date for the new LP titled Climate Change. Mr. Worldwide took to social media to announce that the album will drop March 17.

As previously reported by Billboard, Climate Change will feature epic collaborations including Jennifer LopezEnrique IglesiasPrince Royce, Austin MahoneRobin ThickeFlo Rida, Stephen A. Clark and Ape Drums.

Climate Change follows Pitbull's 2016 Grammy-winning album Dale, his first Spanish album in many years, featuring Ricky Martin, Gente de Zona, Osmani García and Farruko.

Aside from releasing his new album, Pitbull fans can also expect a possible tour with frequent collaborator Enrique Iglesias -- who he toured with back in 2014-15, along with J Balvin


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