There is a theory, or should be a theory, catching some fire. Pitbull, a.k.a. Mr. Worldwide, is the inspiration for the “Most Interesting Man in the World”. The resemblance is uncanny. Shave the mane of white hair and add a little facial hair art and it is easy to see the man who lives vicariously through himself, whose shirt never wrinkles, and whose blood smells of cologne a few decades early. Another prevailing theory suggests Pitbull tickets to see the man on the Planet Pit World Tour and Global Warming Tour in 2012 and 2013 are not a chance to see the Most Interesting Man in the World at the present while his future self, via some sort of Looper event, sells Dos Equis.
The Global Warming Tour is expected to be released following the release of the album from which the tour’s name is derived. Global Warming the album, is all kidding aside, a momentous achievement for the rapper from Miami. For years he has endeared himself and his nightclub rhymes and productions to a decidedly Latin audience. He reached out and performed as a feature artist for a number of fellow American hip hop artists (for example, he was featured on Usher’s “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love” and Jennifer Lopez’s “On the Floor”) and now he finally has the heat he deserves across the world. Thus, the new album is expected to debut at the top of the charts when it is dropped in November 2012.
In 2013, as the singles and remixes keep coming, “Back in Time” will become a dance floor anthem. The man would be remiss not to include hits like “Give Me Everything”, “International Love”, and “Hey Baby” on this tour. A man with enough sense for the taste of his fans, though also being a taste maker, is going to do his best to heat those ice caps to make his album as literal as possible.
Pitbull has a bright future and this album is just the first to make him an international and multi-lingual star. Big things are to follow and Pitbull concert tickets for this series of shows will be marquee events, if they were not already during the Planet Pit tour.