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Wild Ones

Flo Rida

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Album Review

There's no doubt that by Wild Ones' 2012 release, pop-rapper Flo Rida had become a "singles artist," one who soars high in the three- to four-minute format. Give him thin but clever ideas — that acoustic guitar riffs might sound fun with hip-hop beats or that whistling also looks like oral sex — and you get hot, infectious fluff, the hottest of which here is "Whistle," a DJ Frank E production that might have been handed to Kesha, Katy Perry, or even Maroon 5, although Flo Rida does it much justice, reviving a come-on that goes back to Lauren Bacall and putting a couple energy drinks' worth of power behind it. The title cut with Sia is close to Katy Perry's "Fireworks" but crafted to support a sports highlight reel instead of teenage dreams, and then there's the Etta James-sampling "Good Feeling" with producers Dr. Luke and Avicii replacing David Guetta from the previous album and offering that urban-pop glitter-flash that should make purists scream and the Black Eyed Peas jealous. Speaking of the previous album (2010's Only One Flo, Pt. 1), this is also a short, almost EP-length album that comes with nine tracks in its standard version and with no full-length flow, and while it was originally titled Only One Rida, Pt. 2 and designed as some kind of sequel, continuity doesn't matter in this pop-rap-urban-dance landscape, as this genre is as "in the moment" as it comes. Wild Ones would be dragged down by any tacked-on sense of purpose, and thinking of Flo Rida as equal parts thrill seeker and hitmaker is easy as the album races to its absolutely silly, LMFAO-featuring finish. It's gimmicky, lightweight, and best taken in small chunks, but get a glitter-friendly crowd together and it gets the party started, succeeding at its one and only goal.

Customer Reviews

Auto tune

I'm pretty sure 99.9% of this album is auto tuned, but hey.. Who doesn't like to listen to unoriginal, robotic music?

No.

Horrible, terrible. Why would anyone want to buy an album full of songs murdered by this clown. Stop slaughtering good songs!

Just obnoxious to music...

When Flo Rida hears a song, does he really listen to it just to think "oh, this sounds like a good song made by someone else that I can ruin by rapping over and then get it put on the radio!"??? Seriously he did that with right round, good feeling, and I cry... And probably way more that I won't listen to unless I'm forced to like the rest.

Biography

Born: December 16, 1979 in Opa-Locka, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Flo Rida, unsurprisingly a native Floridian, is an MC who toured as a teenager with 2 Live Crew's Fresh Kid Ice and began popping up on high-profile mixtapes by 2006, most notably DJ Khaled's We the Best — on "Bitch I'm from Dade County," he appeared with the likes of Rick Ross, Trick Daddy, Trina, and Dre (of Cool & Dre). Signed to the Atlantic-distributed Poe Boy that year, he recorded Mail on Sunday, which was released in March of 2008. "Low," featuring T-Pain, was the album's lead single;...
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap, Electronic, World, Dance
  • Released: Jun 22, 2012

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