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  • "Club Can't Handle Me" LIVE

    "Who Dat Girl/Right Round" LIVE

    In case you missed Flo Rida tearing up MTV's New Years Eve Bash stage, check out his performances of "Club Can't Handle Me" and "Who Dat Girl/Right Round" in the videos above!

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  • Tune in to "MTV's New Years Eve Bash" TONIGHT to watch Flo Rida perform, starting at 10:30 pm ET! Comedian Whitney Cummings will host the New Years Eve Bash and "Jersey Shore" castmember, Pauly D, will serve as the night's DJ. Make sure you tune in to watch, you don't want to miss it!

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    December 16, 2010

    Tune in to watch Flo Rida on FUSE's "A Different Spin" with Mark Hoppus at 7pm & 11pm EST, plus Flo will also be appearing on Z100's Jingle Ball Pre-Show at 8pm as well as the PREMIERE of the Jingle Ball at 9pm EST! Other guest appearances include Katy Perry, Paramore, Bruno Mars and more! Make sure you tune in to watch, you won't want to miss it! For more info on tonight's shows, visit!

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  • Flo Rida wishes Taylor Swift a Happy 21st Birthday by performing his new track "21" ft. Laza Morgan off his new album ONLY ONE FLO (PART 1) available in stores & online now! Click HERE to get "21" ft. Laza Morgan on iTunes NOW!

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  • Flo Rida's hit record 'Club Can't Handle Me ft. David Guetta' tells of an unforgettable night out, but the rapper knows that there's more to life than partying.

    It may be hard to believe, but the man who made "apple bottom jeans, boots with the fur" part of our cultural lexicon is far more concerned with philanthropy than he is with what women wear to the club. The rapper's foundation, Big Dreams for Kids, works to provide support for kids in need, offering everything from toys to turkeys to the less fortunate during the holiday season.

    "Growing up as a little kid in the projects, I had different celebrities come out, and talk to the kids, and I was one of them, and it just was instilled in me that if you dream big, it's not where you're from, it's how you represent," he told PopEater.

    Watch the full interview above!

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  • Photo by: Ted Fitzgerald

    Flo Rida, known for hyper-charged rap hits, peeled off his glasses and pop persona yesterday during a surprise visit to Boston Arts Academy.

    Flo Rida dropped by the school after appearances on FM stations Jam'n 94.5 (WJMN) and Kiss 108 (WXKS) for a relaxed question-and-answer session with students.

    "Your name is Flo Rida, right? Not Florida?" one student asked.

    "I just saw you on TV so I'm, like, starstruck," said a female student-fan while snapping pictures of the rapper.

    "I just want to know why you always wear glasses," another female student said. "And can I see you without them?"

    The Florida-born rapper obliged. Then he took questions. He explained how because of his mother's positive influence he steered clear of the drugs and violence that plagued his Carol City neighborhood. He said that naysayers urged him to "quit the rapping and get a real job," but he stayed focused on his goal, sacrificing everything, including girlfriends (cue excited murmurs from the crowd), for his dream.

    Continue reading the full article on!

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