Pitbull Releases 'Greatest Hits' Album: How Big Were the Hits on the Billboard Hot 100?

 Pitbull, 2017
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Pitbull performs onstage at the Songwriters Hall Of Fame 48th Annual Induction and Awards at New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on June 15, 2017 in New York City. 

You know you've reached icon status when you release a greatest hits album. Jus  as 2017 is wrapping up, Pitbull earns his own compilation. 

On Friday (Dec. 1), Mr. 305 released his Greatest Hits, a celebratory collection comprised of 13 tracks that helped define the rapper's career. 

The award-winning, multi-platinum-selling recording artist -- born to Cuban expatriates and a product of the Miami bass scene -- catapulted his music career to the pop stratosphere with songs like "Give Me Everything" and "Don't Stop the Party."

To mark his latest milestone, Billboard breaks down 11 Billboard Hot 100 hits from the Greatest Hits album, which you can purchase here. Dale!

1. "Give Me Everything," feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer

Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (one week)

2. "Timber," feat. Kesha

Hot 100 Peak: No. 1: (three weeks)

3. "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" 

Hot 100 Peak: No. 2

4. "Don’t Stop The Party," feat. TJR

Hot 100 Peak: No. 17

5. "Hotel Room Service"

Hot 100 Peak: No. 8

6. "Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)," feat. T-Pain

Hot 100 Peak: No. 7

7. "Rain Over Me," feat. Marc Anthony  

Hot 100 Peak: No. 30

8. "Time Of Our Lives" (Pitbull & Ne-Yo)

Hot 100 Peak: No. 9

9. "International Love" feat. Chris Brown

Hot 100 Peak: No 13

10. "Feel This Moment," feat. Christina Aguilera

Hot 100 Peak: No. 8

11. "Fireball," feat. John Ryan

Hot 100 Peak: No. 23




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