Mr. Worldwide is unstoppable! Cuban American rapper Pitbull releases sexy new music video "Jungle" and greatest hits album.

By Lena Hansen
December 08, 2017 04:52 PM
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Enrique Iglesias And Pitbull Perform At The Forum
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Pitbull’s music video for the single “Jungle,” featured on his newly released Greatest Hits album, is out now—and it’s a visual feast. In the opening scene, artists Abraham Mateo, E-40 and Stereotypes roam an island jungle with a treasure map they believe will lead them to a secret party. The real party, of course, is way offshore on a cruise ship full of beautiful, scantily-clad women flanking all sides of Mr. Worldwide.

The production includes jet skiers breaking waves and models wearing nothing but body paint as they dance, interspersed with images of the rapper’s own vodka brand Voli. “Hey it’s a jungle out here,” the chorus sings, “Watch out!”

The Miami maestro — also known as Mr. 305 (the city’s area code) — recently released the video for the single “Por Favor,” featuring Fifth Harmony, and dropped a 13-song compilation of his most popular tunes, including anthems like “Give Me Everything” and “Don’t Stop the Party” on Dec. 1.

“The Greatest Hits album has arrived, featuring two new tracks to keep the party going!” he teased via Instragram on Dec. 1, with an image of himself looking James Bond–esque in a tux. On Mar. 2, the singer will be joined by stars Becky G and Yandel on his second annual cruise, “Pitbull After Dark Party,” which sets sail on Mar. 2 from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas.

It’s been a big year for the artist. Days after receiving the first-ever Latin AMA Dick Clark Achievement Award at the 2017 Latin American Music Awards, Live Nation announced that Pitbull would be returning to Las Vegas for a 13-show residency, after a successful three-year run. The show, “Time of Our Lives,” presented by Caesars Entertainment and Live Nation, will run during the months of January, April and May.