Mr. Worldwide took over the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles to peel the curtains back on his 10th studio album Climate Change. In typical Pitbull fashion, the Miami artist guaped-up in a suit and matching aviators to hype fans with a setlist featuring new and throwback material.

Mr. 305 opened his show with a needle drop of the reggae-tinged "Options" featuring Bob Marley's son Stephen, calling the cut his "favorite song off the album" because of its relatable message. He told On Air with Ryan Seacrest's Sisanie, "It's something a little different, but I think it's something that everybody relates to because now everybody's got access to everything where you can get on every social platform."

Pit kept the ball rolling with a medley of "Don't Stop The Party" and "International Love," adorning his set with a bevy of lingerie-clad backup dancers as he traveled the stage and did his gyrating two-step. He immediately segued into the T-Pain-assisted "Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)" during which he thrusted his hips and bounced on stage to get the crowd stoked.

He then brought out his dancers -- dressed in sequined rompers -- for the Caribbean-influenced "Fun" and switched outfits and brought out a live band for his Spanglish banger "The Anthem." The release party peaked when he pulled out LunchMoney Lewis and Flo Rida for their collaborative performance of "Green Light," featuring dancers dressed in outfits inspired by checkered racing flags.

Climate Change, released via (Mr. 305/Polo Grounds Music/RCA), features collaborations with Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, Jason Derulo, Stephen Marley, R. Kelly, Austin Mahone, Leona Lewis, Robin Thicke, Joe Perry, Travis Barker, Flo Rida, Kiesza, Stephen A. Clark, and Ape Drums.

See clips from his release party below.

"Don't Stop The Party"

"International Love"

"Hey Baby"


"The Anthem"

"Rain Over Me"

"Echa Pa’lla (Manos Pa’arriba)"

"Hotel Room Service"


"I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)"

"Feel This Moment"


"Give Me Everything"

Photo: Andrew Swartz for iHeartRadio