Pitbull has released the music video for “Greenlight” ahead of his forthcoming Climate Change album. Climate Change is slated to be released on Oct. 7 via Mr. 305/Polo Grounds Music/RCA and features numerous talents.

These include Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Inglesias, 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.

Pitbull has been releasing news of the new album bit by bit these past few months, premiering “Bad Man” in February at the Grammy Awards, which featured Thicke, Perry and Baker. This past June he also performed the track with Lewis and Cassadee Pope, “Messin’ Around” at the CMT Music Awards.

“Messin’ Around” includes a sample of “Take It on the Run” by Speedwagon and has Iglesias on vocals. The new “Greenlight” music video showcases rappers Flo Rida and LunchMoney Lewis. The video is pure Miami imagery, with race cars and shots of the Wynwood murals.

In other Pitbull news, the Latino rapper received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in California this past July. He dedicated the star to all of the Latinos working towards a better life in the U.S. According to E! Online, the event was attended by both fans as well as close friends of the rapper, including Lil Jon and record label owner Luther Campbell. Motivational speaker Tony Robbins also attended.

Shortly before he received his star, Pitbull had released a new music video for “Sexy Beaches,” a track from his album Globalization, released in 2014. Gulf News reported that the music video serves as an advertisement for Florida, as the rapper is currently in a partnership with Visit Florida, a tourism marketing corporation.