Happy Birthday to Mr. Worldwide!

As Pitbull turns 42, and we’re looking back at some of his greatest hits. Join us as we celebrate Pitbull’s birthday with these songs!

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SiriusXM Editor
January 15, 2023

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Today is the 42nd birthday of the one and only Pitbull, and SiriusXM is here to help you celebrate! Ever since his 2004 debut album, M.I.A.M.I., hit the shelves, Pitbull’s talent for mixing Latin hip-hop, dance beats, and pop has meant that he has a tune for every occasion. Whether you’re looking for the perfect party playlist or you’re in the mood for a throwback, you can’t go wrong.

Read on to check out some of our favorite hits from the icon that is Mr. Worldwide, and tune in to Pitbull’s Globalization (Ch. 13) for everything Pitbull!

Click here to stream Pitbull's Globalization on SiriusXM

“I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)”

If you’re anything like us, this classic will immediately get stuck in your head — and we’re not sorry about it! Released in 2009, this catchy tune combines hip-hop with a Eurodance vibe, and it became Pitbull’s first international hit. The song is also influenced by Mr. 305’s Cuban heritage, as Calle Ocho is a street in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.



Featuring vocals from John Ryan, no Pitbull playlist would be complete without this 2014 samba-inspired anthem. Appearing in everything from The Emoji Movie to the opening of Miss Universe 2020, “Fireball” is instantly recognizable and always sets the dance floor alight!



Combining a catchy dance-pop beat with folktronica country vibes makes for a match made in heaven! This 2013 hit features vocals from Kesha, who previously featured Pitbull on the official remix of her 2009 song “Tik Tok.” The song was a huge success, proving that Mr. Worldwide and Kesha make an amazing duo!


“Hotel Room Service”

This song may not have many words, but with a beat like this, they’re not needed! “Hotel Room Service” has been filling dance floors since 2009, as well as celebrating artists such as The Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z with its inclusion of their lyrics.


“Give Me Everything”

Throw it back to 2011, and you’ll undoubtedly remember Pitbull’s first US number one. Featuring Ne-Yo, Nayer, and Dutch DJ Afrojack, this absolute banger cemented Mr. Worldwide’s icon status. After all, who can forget the iconic “Grab somebody sexy, tell ’em hey”?

For even more Mr. Worldwide, tune in to Pitbull’s Globalization (Ch. 13), and make sure to check out the full lineup of channels on SiriusXM!