Review : Flo Rida - Mail On Sunday
EwJudging from Mail on Sunday, Flo Rida's auspicious debut, it's abundantly clear that this Sunshine State-hailing rapper plans to upkeep that steady party vibe he unleashed with the omnipresent anthem ''Low,'' featuring T-Pain. His guests on Sunday bring ferocious beats (like will.i.am on ''In the Ayer'') and infectious hooks (Sean Kingston on ''Roll'') — while producer J.R. Rotem intoxicates with ''Ms. Hangover,'' on which Flo uses top-shelf booze to describe a female's curves....full text
RapreviewsFlo Rida first arrived on the scene last summer on the DJ Khaled track "Bitch I'm From Dade County." To be honest about it I ignored his vocal performance entirely. When you're sharing a Diaz Brothers with the likes of Rick Ross, Trick Daddy and Trina it's not like you're getting the top spot on the cut. Then again Brisco was on this track too and has blown up since then with "In the Hood" so perhaps it's worthwhile to give Flo Rida another chance. After all he's already dropped two hot singles off "Mail On Sunday" before the album even hit stores - the first of which is "Low" featuring T-Pain....full text
BillboardIn 50 years, it'll be a curious thing that the best-selling digital single of all time once belonged to Flo Rida and that the song, "Low," powered the phones of hip-hop heads and sorority girls for months and months. "Low" is a well-deserved monster, and Flo Rida's relatively long-in-coming debut sports precisely all the ingredients required of a rapper these days: production that sounds like money, exuberant materialism, several verses by Lil' Wayne and a singular desire to keep people's attention for very brief periods of time....full text
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