What: Pitbull Global Warming Tour
Venue: Singapore Expo's MAX Pavilion
SINGAPORE - Talk about turning the heat way, way up.
At his second Singapore outing on Saturday, Cuban-American rapper Pitbull went all out to put on a blistering show that cemented his reputation as a ladykiller on the pop circuit.
The Singapore Expo's MAX Pavilion, packed to the gills with adoring fans - from club bunnies dressed in their skimpy best to parents with young kids in tow - was transformed into a thumping nightclub from the moment the guy took the stage at 8.15pm.
Over an all-too-short 70 minutes, the 32-year-old, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, tore through a scorching set which comprised all his biggest hits, as well as sampled a slew of familiar tunes from other artists, from Black Sabbath to Beastie Boys.
Mr Worldwide, as he is commonly known, had a commanding stage presence, and, boy, did he make full use of it.