Flo Rida credits a certain Southern rap group for opening doors for artists such as himself.
January 20, 2011
Miami’s own Flo Rida, who’s tearing up the charts with his international smash, "Club Can’t Handle Me," was VH1's "Jump Start Live" very first guest. He was cool enough to swing by after his interview to give VH1 his thoughts on the Miami Heat’s chances this year, what it was like seeing Tom Cruise dance to "Low" in Tropic Thunder, and if Ke$ha — who got her big break singing alongside him on "Right Round" — has ever thanked him for launching her into the spotlight. To find out the answers to these questions and a few more, be sure and check out the video above!
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January 06, 2011
Have you ever thought to yourself, "OMG, what happens if we run out of Flo Rida songs? How will we have fun again?" Not gonna happen, homeys. MTV's Buzzworthy recently sat down with the party song king himself to discuss his new album, Only One Flo (Part 1), traveling the world, and hip-hop video mishaps.
Flo Rida talks about the inspiration behind Only One Flo (Part 1), and it's not world peace like you might have suspected.
January 04, 2011
Mike Ragogna: When you were making your latest album Only One Flo (Part 1), did you feel like you had a blockbuster with all these hits on it?
Flo Rida: Definitely. Going into the studio, if the vibe is right, the song gives me goosebumps. A lot of times, I get reactions from colleagues that are with me and they always tell me if I've done good or not, they give me their real opinions. I got a chance to perform the record at shows and just from the crowd reaction, I knew the record was going to be a big one.
MR: So far, you have like three hits on this project, and it looks like there's moreFiled under: