Pitbull’s “Global Warming” Features The Wanted, Christina Aguilera, Usher and More
Pitbull is at it again with his upcoming album “Global Warming” which is set to be released on November 19th.
Mr. Worldwide’s first single off of the effort, “Back In Time,” was featured in the summer blockbuster “Men In Black 3″ and was just a small taste of what the whole album has to offer.
And it seems Pitbull’s dance party music has not only been able to bring people together on the dance floor, but also in the studio. For the past few months, The Wanted has had mixed feelings about whether or not they like Christina Aguilera after meeting her for the first time on “The Voice”. The group performed on the show and received a displeasing vibe from the judge.
The Wanted told 92.3 NOW earlier this year that Christina was a bit scary and came off as “a bitch” while on the singing competition show. Even though the band apologized for their rude comments, the low blows didn’t end there.
When the group returned to NYC in June for 92.3 NOW’s One Night Stand concert, band member Tom Parker (who started the whole ordeal) took a photo of Christina and claimed she belonged “Up [his] arse,” although the boys took it all back once again a few months later.
Despite all the drama, it looks like The Wanted and Christina were able to set aside their differences to work on the same album… although we’re pretty sure they never actually had to pass each other in any hallways during the recording!
In addition to the new album, Pitbull will also be releasing his anticipated DVD “Pitbull: Live At Rock In Rio” on November 27th. The DVD will cover his recent summer concert in the Brazilian city.
-Vincent Roszkowski & Maria Bonello, 92.3 NOW/NYC
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