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Pitbull, Tito El Bambino and Thalia Hit The Latin Music Market with New Albums

By November 21, 2012

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This is a hot week for Latin music releases. Some of the biggest Latin music stars in the world have hit the market with anticipated albums in the Pop and Latin Urban field. This week, the Latin music world welcomes Pitbull's Global Warming, Tito El Bambino's Invicto and Thalia's Habitame Siempre.

Last Sunday at the American Music Awards (AMA), Cuban-American rapper Pitbull gave us a taste of Global Warming with a solid performance of "Don't Stop The Party," one of the singles included in this work. He also sang a little bit of the track "Feel This Moment," another exciting single featuring Christina Aguilera. Before the AMA Awards, however, Pitbull had introduced with lots of success the song "Get It Started," featuring Shakira. If you are into nightclub music, this album will please you. Besides this, Global Warming features additional top music stars such as Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Chris Brown.

Similarly, Reggaeton and Latin Urban star Tito El Bambino has delivered a work featuring outstanding Latin music stars such as Marc Anthony, Tito Nieves and Yandel from the popular duo Wisin y Yandel. Some of the best tracks from Invicto include titles like "¿Por Que Les Mientes?," "Tu Olor" and "Llegaste Tu." With its rich variety of beats and sounds, this album consolidates Tito El Bambino as one of the most innovative artists within the Urban field.

Finally, for those who are into Pop music, Thalia has delivered a romantic album featuring well known stars such as Prince Royce, Michael Buble, Robie Williams and Gilberto Santa Rosa. Besides its refreshing sound, Habitame Siempre features famous songs such as "Besame Mucho" and "Con Los Años Que Me Quedan."

If you are into mainstream music, these albums will probably please you. They are also nice works to enjoy during the parties and festivities of the upcoming holiday season. Whether you want Pitbull's high-energy music, Tito El Bambino's nice variety of sounds or Thalia's romantic songs, each one of these albums has something good about it.

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