Flo Rida Joins With Will.I.Am To Continue Mindless Dance-Rap Onslaught

Jun 19th, 2008 // 8 Comments


I know many can’t stand the guy, but I enjoy the work of Flo Rida. Sure, I doubt I could quote a single line from one of his four push tracks’ verses, but I love the way his speedy delivery allows me to focus on dance beats and chorus hooks. If pop rappers are going to deliver weak rhymes about material wealth and the glories of womanizing, the least they can do is stay out of the way. While I’m not as fond of will.i.am as I am of T-Pain, Sean Kingston, or Timbaland, the Black Eyed Pea’s zippy production should help to keep Flo’s love in the club. It’s also fun to call them “Florida featuring WIlliam.” [YouTube]

  1. BawstonSean

    Does this remind anybody else of the Wacky D segments from CB4?

  2. Anonymous

    THIS should be the Summer Jam for 2008.

  3. loudersoft

    @BawstonSean: No but you remind me of the wacky pee segments from Chapelle’s R. Kelly skit

  4. loudersoft

    Also: this IS the Summer Jam for 2008 by far.

  5. Maura Johnston

    @ShashiTyphon: @loudersoft: Incorrect.

  6. loudersoft

    @Maura Johnston: Can it be second or third then because I threw my hands in the ay-urr ay-ay-urr when he told me to

  7. Anonymous

    When Mr. Rida says “Ayer,” he sounds whiter than Alan Thicke. I’m not throwing my hands in the ayer-a-a-a-ayer for Alan Thicke or anyone who reminds me of him.
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  8. Dude I just put that Curren$y and Nate Dogg track on my ipod. It just came out on iTunes.

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