Miami rapper Pitbull scored his first No. 1 hit on Billboard's Hot 100 chart on Wednesday with his Ne-Yo-featured dance floor ballad 'Give Me Everything' rose from No. 2 to take the top spot, snapping a 19-week streak by female artists atop the Hot 100.

Toppling Adele's mighty 'Rolling in the Deep,' which now rests at No. 2 after a strong seven weeks on top -- the year's longest streak -- Pitbull's Afrojack-produced burner marks his first No. 1 in seven years, after breaking out with his ubiquitous 2004 dedication to the derriere, 'Culo.'

Pitbull shares the top 10 with with several hip-hop and R&B artists including LMFAO, whose 'Party Rock Anthem' stands at No. 3, Nicki Minaj 's 'Super Bass,' which hit No. 5 in its ninth week on the chart, Bruno Mars' 'The Lazy Song' at No. 9 and Lil Wayne's new single 'How to Love' which squeaks into the last slot at No. 10.

Pitbull's sixth album, 'Planet Pit,' was released on June 17, and debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, with dance-minded production by David Guetta, Dr. Luke, RedOne and Jim Jonsin, and guest spots by Ne-Yo, T-Pain, Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland and Jamie Foxx.