Flo Rida ft. T-Pain - Low

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Flo Rida , Club
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Producer:
T-Pain
Album:
Mail On Sunday

Hate on him all you want-you can’t deny that Flo-Rida is Miami’s next big hit maker.  Once again (the catchy Birthday being the first), he demonstrates this valuable skill on the club banger Low featuring T-Pain (man, it seems this guy pops up everywhere!)  Flo remembers what put Miami on the hip-hop map in the first place as he boasts about the sexy girls in the club, in a style similar to 305 pioneers 2 Live Crew and Trick Daddy.  His sing-songy rap style (similar to Nelly) is duly complemented by Teddy Pain’s synthesized hook vocals, which are sure to get all the fine ladies going (they don’t call him Teddy Penderazdoun for nothing!)  When his much-anticipated debut album Mail on Sunday drops later this summer, rap audiences should have every reason to believe Flo-Rida (the MC) is the future of hip hop in Florida (the state).

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