Pitbull just revealed last night that his upcoming tenth studio-album, “Climate Change,” will now be hitting stores next year.
While backstage at the CBS Radio benefit concert, We Can Survive, Pitbull revealed that the release date for the album has once again been delayed, this time until 2017.
“We’re gonna have Climate Change the album. That’ll be coming out next year, 2017,” said Pitbull.
He then explained the reason the album’s release keeps getting pushed back is because he’s still working on the album. “We continue to work on the album, I got a chance to get two new records now with amazing features on them. I think that’s gonna be a lot of fun for next year.”
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what da fuck!!!! Cant believe that!!!! Why he delayed this???
Wth I been waiting and waiting on this album, is it ever gonna be released, I love Pitbull but the delays are getting aggravating