18 Songs, 1 Hour, 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although electro-rapping, Los Angelino festivity-champions Redfoo and SkyBlu (a.k.a. LMFAO) have titled their anticipated sophomore album Sorry for Party Rocking, they pick up right where they left off with 2009’s Party Rock — unapologetically partying their faces off with hilarious results. The title-track explodes with bastardized R&B grooves mashed up against ‘80s synths, dance-floor pounding beats, and crunk-like rhymes about living the wild life. With ample help from London chanteuse Lauren Bennett and Hollywood producer GoonRock, the following “Party Rock Anthem” makes good on its title with an insta-hit trimmed in flashes of electronics, buoyant beats, and lyrics that celebrate and encourage decadent behavior. Busta Rhymes cameos on the sweltering high-roller’s jam “Take It to the Hole” before “With You” closes with second-wind gumption to keep the party alive. Standout bonus cut “Hot Dog” recycles Stacey Q. grooves while encouraging diet cheating for a late-night street-frank.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although electro-rapping, Los Angelino festivity-champions Redfoo and SkyBlu (a.k.a. LMFAO) have titled their anticipated sophomore album Sorry for Party Rocking, they pick up right where they left off with 2009’s Party Rock — unapologetically partying their faces off with hilarious results. The title-track explodes with bastardized R&B grooves mashed up against ‘80s synths, dance-floor pounding beats, and crunk-like rhymes about living the wild life. With ample help from London chanteuse Lauren Bennett and Hollywood producer GoonRock, the following “Party Rock Anthem” makes good on its title with an insta-hit trimmed in flashes of electronics, buoyant beats, and lyrics that celebrate and encourage decadent behavior. Busta Rhymes cameos on the sweltering high-roller’s jam “Take It to the Hole” before “With You” closes with second-wind gumption to keep the party alive. Standout bonus cut “Hot Dog” recycles Stacey Q. grooves while encouraging diet cheating for a late-night street-frank.

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About LMFAO

An electro-rap duo from Los Angeles, CA, LMFAO made their major-label debut in 2008. Comprised of producers, DJs, and clothing designers Redfoo and Sky Blu (the son and grandson, respectively, of Motown impresario Berry Gordy), LMFAO worked the club circuit for years before making their major-label debut in 2008 with the single "I'm in Miami Bitch," a song inspired by their first experience at the Winter Music Conference. In the wake of the single's release on Interscope and its hitting the charts in several countries, LMFAO toured the American club circuit and prepared their full-length album debut, Party Rock, which was released in July 2009. "La La La" and "Shots" (featuring Lil Jon) also charted, and LMFAO placed songs on Jersey Shore and Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami. In 2010, the duo featured on a worldwide Top Ten hit, David Guetta's "Gettin' Over You." Their next single as LMFAO was the suitably anthemic "Party Rock Anthem," which topped the charts in more than ten countries during 2011, including the U.S. The follow-up full-length, Sorry for Party Rocking, was released in June 2011. ~ Jason Birchmeier

  • ORIGIN
    Hollywood, CA
  • GENRE
    Dance
  • FORMED
    2007

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