“GDFR” is Flo Rida’s latest single from his upcoming fifth studio album The Perfect 10. The single features a verse from Sage the Gemini and production by Miami-based trap producer Lookas. The track is also currently being used for ESPN’s coverage of the NBA.
Sage The Gemini starts off the second verse with “And they already know me, It’s going down further than femurs,” …because I guess “metatarsals” didn’t fit?
Flo Rida’s latest single is featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming comedy movie, Neighbors. “Freaking Out” is about fighting to restore judicial independence for the people of Venezuela. Hahaha, no, it’s about partying at the club.
Up-and-coming pop singer, StayC Reign, sings on the hook, “Oh my god, I think I’m freaking out / Too many drinks, too many rounds / I’m in the clouds, no coming down.” What are they drinking, beer with acid in it? Who reacts to alcohol this way?
More importantly, what am I doing? Why am I questioning these lyrics? Trying to find reason in a Flo Rida song is as useless as searching for meaning in a Seth Rogen movie.
No one is safe from Flo Rida’s remix & rap-over approach to music, not even the 1964 musical, The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd, or Michael Bublé — whatever you’re more familiar with.
“How I Feel” is the third single from Flo Rida’s upcoming album, The Perfect 10 (after “Tell Me When You Ready” and “Can’t Believe It”) . All three singles feature album artwork designed like an embroidered patch, as if there’s some awesome jacket these are all going to on someday. Oh god, is there really a jacket!?
Get your LED bras ready, EDC NYC is almost here! And in honor of the electronic dance music festival, 2009’s “Feel It.” Tiesto and Three 6 Mafia’s rave-rap is a little EDM, a little hip-hop, and all party-time.
Does anyone else feel like Jennifer Lopez’s new single “Goin In” reeks of desperation? That’ll do, JLo. That’ll do…