Pitbull’s Best Songs
Cuban American rapper Pitbull aka “Mr. Worldwide” has certainly remained at the top of his game. The artist often labeled as a “sellout” in the media has certainly proved them wrong time and time again. Not only has he recorded hundreds of songs and sold more than 70 million singles, but the majority of his work has also remained at the top of the charts with No. 1 hits in more than 15 countries. Pitbull is often quoted claiming, “My music is global music; it’s music for everybody. And if I can make you escape for three minutes, then I did my job.”
Below are the songs we found “did the job” and had us racing to the dance floor! If you want to dance along to these best song hits live, be sure to check out tickets to Pitbull’s ongoing Can’t Stop Us Now Tour with Iggy Azalea and Sean Paul.
“Give Me Everything (feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer)”
“Give Me Everything” came off Pitbull’s album Planet Pit in 2011. The club pop sensation features Ne-Yo, Afrojack, and Nayer. It holds value, as it was one of the best-selling singles of all time in 2011 and was a top 5 hit in over 12 countries.
“International Love (feat. Chris Brown)”
“International Love” was definitely a dance floor scorcher with fun synth rhythms and smooth Chris Brown vocals. It is certainly a catchy tune and has always remained a dance club favorite. If you desire some nostalgic vibes, this is for sure worth another listen!
“Hotel Room Service”
Nothing can fill a dance floor quicker than the Pitbull classic, “Hotel Room Service.” The song peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 when released and has remained a dance hit to this day with over 311 million streams.
“I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)”
A gem of a throwback, this popular 2012 track had the world dancing the minute they heard the famous one-word shoutout “dale!” Miami-born Pitbull shows off in this song mixing hip-hop beats with a hint of Eurodance, making this a club hit across the nation.
“Blanco (feat. Pharrell)”
One of our personal favorites includes the musical genius himself, Pharrell Williams. This track is much different than the usual radio hits produced by Pitbull and incorporates fun drum beats with Spanish lyrics. The song was featured on the Fast & Furious: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack in 2009. Talk about a throwback! Listen below to re-familiarize yourself!
Pitbull’s Best Songs
While the above list includes only some of Pitbull’s best songs, you can listen to his entire discography on Spotify below:
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