Pitbull. The man probably needs no introduction, but just in case: between a Gold record, nearly 2 million sold in cumulative career album sales, and numerous radio hits and club anthems, Pitbull is someone that's been hard to miss on the mainstream music scene. These days, Pitbull has been everywhere, from his recent collaborations with Chris Brown and Jennifer Lopez on the hit singles 'International Love' and "On The Floor,' respectively.Now it's time to remind fans of his roots and where it all started. All it took was an introduction to Lil Jon to quickly put Pitbull on the map back in 2004 with his debut album M.I.A.M.I. The lead single "Culo,' which featured and was produced by Lil Jon, is now a radio and club classic. Other hit singles from his debut include "Toma.' His sophomore album El Mariel spawned several radio singles and club anthems, such as "Ay Chico' and "Bojangles.' Among the many guest appearances on this album were Lil Jon and Ying Yang Twins.Pitbull unleashed some more hit singles with the following album, The Boatlift. Both "Go Girl (feat. Trina & Young Boss)' and "The Anthem,' featuring and produced by Lil Jon, came from this album. Hot on the heels of the success of his most recent album, Planet Pit, which hit #5 on the Australian Album charts, Pitbull's Original Hits brings it all back home, offering fourteen classic cuts from his rich TVT catalogue.