Mail On Sunday (Deluxe Version)
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||ExplicitAmerican Superstar (feat. Lil Wayne)||Flo Rida||3:42||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAck Like You Know||Flo Rida||3:44||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Elevator (feat. Timbaland)||Flo Rida||3:50||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRoll (feat. Sean Kingston)||Flo Rida||3:59||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Low (feat. T-Pain)||Flo Rida||3:49||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPriceless (feat. Birdman)||Flo Rida||3:52||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMs. Hangover||Flo Rida||3:57||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitStill Missin||Flo Rida||4:40||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||In the Ayer (feat. Will.I.am)||Flo Rida||3:40||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMe & U||Flo Rida||4:30||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAll My Life||Flo Rida||3:32||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDon't Know How to Act (feat. Yung Joc)||Flo Rida||3:33||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFreaky Deaky (feat. Trey Songz)||Flo Rida||3:17||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMoney Right (feat. Rick Ross & Brisco)||Flo Rida||3:17||$1.29||View in iTunes|
||Low (Travis Barker Remix) [feat. T-Pain]||Flo Rida||4:15||Album Only||View in iTunes|
|16||VideoLow||Flo Rida||3:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||VideoElevator (feat. Timbaland)||Flo Rida||3:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
Pieced together like a last-minute party, and about as fun, Mail On Sunday gathers up the hottest rap and R&B artists who have had a smash hit on the charts in the last six months and does its best to tap into the sound and mood of early 2008. Pure, unadulterated hedonism is the name of Flo Rida’s game. Sex and alcohol fold into a single come-on in “Ms Hangover:” “She had Hennessy hips, and Belve’ eyes / Grey Goose on her lips, and cognac thighs.” Flo is at his strongest when an expert producer is helping him focus, and the album’s first half is chock full of delirious party-starters, including the Timbaland-helmed “Elevator,” and “Roll,” produced by J.R. Rotem. Left to his own devices, however, Flo flounders. (“Me & U” is soupy and shapeless, for instance.) Flo Rida fares best in the company of his pals. With T-Pain in tow, “Low” has an unstoppably catchy hook, while Lil’ Wayne lends his irresistibly eccentric persona to the grandiose “American Superstar.” While it remains to be seen if people will still be listening to Flo Rida in ten years, Mail On Sunday will stand as a time capsule of club music in March, 2008.
"shawty got low" man, how many times have you heard that in a day? me i hear it about 5-8 times a day and heres the debut album from the rapper whos single tore apart the charts and stayed #1 for a really really really long time. American Superstar - pretty decent cut to start off the album with, of course weezy makes a great addition to the song, sweet beat - 3.5/5 Act Like You Know - personally i dont like his voice on this one 2/5 Elevator - some intense production from timbaland on this track, excellent club banger, all around great song - cop it if you havent already 4.5/5 Roll - sean kingston is actually making his way into alot of songs lately, i think he has a nice appearence in this track, sweet beat to match and solid verses from flo. 3.5/5 Low - do i even need to say anything? its low, you either have it or you should buy it right now. 5/5 Priceless - eh i'm just not a big birdman fan at all, him and flo just i cant go for, decent beat though 2.5/5 Ms. Hangover - well if you didnt notice the title, you can figure out what its about, i think its a dumb topic but hey whatever works for ya, it actually has a tight beat though...i wonder who does the chorus? 3/5 Still Missin - i guess heartfelt tracks arent always hearfelt, because the backround chanting makes me want to hit somethiing. 2/5 In the Ayer - this is gunna be the 3rd single, we got some amazing production from will.i.am, and flo rida has some good lyrics, reminds me a little bit of low, i'm def fellin this one - 4.5'/5 Me & U - i dont know what it is but so far it seems any song he is in by himself is a skipper? 1.5/5 All My Life - same follows as the above comment. its a bit better though - 2/5 Don't Know How To Act - yung joc is kickin it big with the chorus on this cut, i suggest getting it. it may not be radio material but def a club banger 4/5 Freaky Deaky - okay i love trey songz his awesome but come on, trey doesnt belong in a trash song like this. freaky deaky? wtf.. 0/5 Money Right - some hot production on this one, the beat is crazy, rick ross and brisco add to the song nicely but man that beat is sicc. club banger? 4/5 Overall i'd say flo's new album wasnt that bad, there were some really bad songs that def should of been either changed to better songs or just taken out entirely. the one thing i noticed is that he only did well on the songs he had somebody with him in to spit verses. makes me wonder... Download: American Superstar Elevator Roll Low In the Ayer Don't Know How to Act Money Right.
Words Fail Me
They honestly do. I've seen album after album come onto the music scene, and because I try to keep an open mind, I'll listen to some of it, maybe purchase it. Nothing in the rap department is coming out good. There are occasionally good independent folk singers and new bands, but they're never popular. I'm always looking for the next Public Enemy, the next Tribe Called Quest, but I never find it. Because I'm not going to be like most reviewers and say that rap is just a bad genre, you know? Early rap had some creative potential, it had lots of potential as an art form and as a budding new genre. But this work right here, and work like it, is disgraceful.
flo rida is just terrible
Born: September 17, 1979 in Opa-Locka, FL
Years Active: '00s, '10s