The video was shot at Orlando’s MLK Day Parade, at which Flo Rida was the grand marshal.
If the song accomplishes anything, it will be having teenagers singing along to the phrase “double entendre” while on the dance floor, regardless of whether they actually know what that is.
Flo Rida and T-Pain join forces with J Rand for his new video, ‘Ride.’
Flo’s new “interactive music product” allows users to make music by “playing” laser beams on a controller that triggers a multitude of sounds and samples.
Tony Redz caught up with Flo Rida to talk about his new album, performing overseas and his physical fitness.
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Wyclef Jean has been a vocal advocate for President Obama in the past. The former Haitian presidential hopeful is now set to perform for a fundraiser at the Republican National Convention.
Flo Rida has been ordered to pay up. After being issued a $200,000 lawsuit last month for missing various Canadian concert dates, the Miami party rapper has been ordered by an Australian judge to pay more than $400,000 for an October no-show.
“Tonight feels like we can do anything we like/Tonight feels like the best night of my life,” J.Lo sings at the track’s start while the dance crew from Step Up Revolution shows off some fancy footwork.
“I’m definitely going to do that,” Flo Rida confirmed. This bulked-up “Wild One” is ready to Work. You. Out.