Pitbull is already a global sensation!
The Cuban American rapper has been working on building a music empire for quite some time now, and let's face it, he's successfully making it happen.
Appearing on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter, Pitbull explained his rise to the top: "2009 is freedom; 2010, invasion; 2011, build empire; 2012, grow wealth; 2013, put the puzzle together; 2014, buckle up; 2015, make history."
The 33-year-old superstar is more confident than ever that his dream to create an empire will come true.
"Do I think it's realistic to be a billion-dollar company by [age] 35?" Pitbull told The Hollywood Reporter. "Absolutely."
And his manager, Charles Chavez, is right behind him. "We have a plan -- with the music, TV projects, films [he's teamed up with Ryan Seacrest for a TV miniseries on the Bacardi family], his businesses, the brands that we get involved with," Chavez explained to The Hollywood Reporter. "You never know, but it's the plan."
You can check out the entire Hollywood Reporter cover story on Pitbull here!