Flo Rida ft. David Guetta - Club Can’t Handle Me

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Flo Rida , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
David Guetta
Album:
Step Up 3-D

Yesterday, Nappy Boy girl group Sophia Fresh stepped into the Booth with This Instant, a track set for inclusion on the Step Up 3-D soundtrack. If that exuberant cut was the musical equivalent of downing a dozen Pixy Stix, then I’m going to have to come up with an even crazier analogy to describe Flo Rida‘s contribution… how about an extra-large ice cream sundae topped with pure adrenaline? Basically, Club Can’t Handle Me gives new meaning to the word “upbeat.” Backed by the pulse-pounding percussion, sugary synths and subtle strings of of Sexy B*tch producer David Guetta, the Panhandle State hitmaker spits two verses’ worth of characteristically low-concept, high-energy rhymes, promising: “I’m gonna celebrate, ‘cause that’s all I know.” A scorcher like this one needs a catchy hook, and Flo delivers, teaming up with an unidentified female background singer on the eminently sing-alongable chorus. If this record’s party-ready vibe has you hooked, you’ll be able to find plenty more bubblegum-pop gems on the SU3D soundtrack LP when it hits stores on June 20.

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