Flo Rida - Come With Me

Posted 5 years ago
Tags: Flo Rida , Club
Producer:
Infinity
Album:
Only One Flo (Part 1)

It hasn’t even been a week since the Panhandle State representative brought us the reader-approved Who Dat Girl, but Flo Rida seems to have fallen head over heels for yet another shawty. This time, though, it’s not the chick’s rockin’ body that has him sprung, but her formidable intellect. OK, new single Come With Me does include some talk of physical attributes – but still, “I like that she has a mind on her” is probably the most mature thing I’ve ever heard come out of Flo’s mouth. The sound is also something of a departure from the artist’s usual, with Infinity passing up the artist’s typical dancefloor-ready grooves in favor of a gentler R&B-tinged backdrop (complete with a chorus inspired, improbably enough, by 2Pac‘s Hail Mary). Rida adopts a more melodic flow to match, dropping lines alternately tender and freaky as he tries to persuade the girl in question to ride with him. Time for the big question: is this record hit material? If you think so, you can cop it right now on iTunes – or, wait till November 30, when Only One Flo (Part 1) hits online retailers and record stores everywhere.

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