Flo Rida - Mail On Sunday

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Take away any of the Timbaland or will.i.am tracks from Mail On Sunday, and you're inevitably having a conversation with an MTV-saturated 15 year-old who doesn't want to get a job, but needs to pay for an unlimited text-messaging plan.

Somewhere between Rick Ross and T-Pain, 2007 carved Flo Rida territory. This fast-rapping, half-singing hybrid of Pop music delivered the single "Low" that promoted tight jeans and ostentatious boots for legions of tweens and teens this past winter season. Backed by Atlantic Records and the aforementioned Boss' management, Flo Rida brings Mail on Sunday. Sans any d-boy credibility in his raps, Flo differs from his local peers, and provides tales of money and girls over platinum-plus production.

To Flo Rida's credit, the artist is not completely what we've heard from him on Top 40. "American Superstar" defies the silly-intro clich



  • IAmControverse

    I remember LOVING this album. If you actually study his lyrics, you will see Flo Rida was actually spittin on this album. His rhyming structure is perfect. He was a certain words before the end of each sentence. "Hard Rock HOTEL, I need the pink flamingo Gamble a FEMALE like her hips is playin cee-lo Check our your CHANEL see, I ain't stroke your, ego I'm Hef with the gazebo, pure cooker youse a kilo" This dude was great at rhyming. He was clever. The production was insane. My favorite song was "Still Missin'" because it was so creative. This guy could rap in so many ways, you couldn't COUNT them all. What he's doing now...100 steps back.