Pitbull stopped by to hangout with Shoboy In The Morning and celebrate the drop of his 10th studio album, Climate Change. With the release happening on St. Patrick’s Day, Shoboy and Pitbull playfully dubbed the holiday, “St. PITrick’s Day!”
One of the main topics they discussed, personal to both Pitbull and Shoboy, was being a first generation immigrant. When asked about this subject, Pitbull — stressing the importance of foundation and family — said, “If you don’t know where you’re from, you don’t know where you’re going. If you don’t stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything.”
When asked about being a “Bad Man” — which happens to be a single off the new album — Pitbull continued, saying “Damn right! I’m a bad man because I had everything stacked up against me. I still have things stacked up against me, but it ignites me.” Being a “Bad Man” and first generation Cuban-American living in the United States allows the international superstar to believe he can accomplish anything. Thus far, he has proven he can.