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Radio by Flo Rida

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Radio

Flo Rida

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Label: Poe Boy/Atlantic
Flo Rida's debut hasn't even dropped yet, but thanks to the three advance singles he's put out, we've already learned so many things about him. For example, when Flo finds something he likes, he sticks with it, judging by the near-identical, bass-heavy beats on "Radio" and "Birthday." And his moniker tells us that the Sunshine State native enjoys a good pun. His name offers another clue, actually: Like another Flo we know, Flo Rida is in possession of a fierce attitude. "Turn it up if it's too low / B*tch, I'm from the ghetto" is just another way of saying "Kiss my grits," right?

About This Album

Flo Rida's debut hasn't even dropped yet, but thanks to the three advance singles he's put out, we've already learned so many things about him. For example, when Flo finds something he likes, he sticks with it, judging by the near-identical, bass-heavy beats on "Radio" and "Birthday." And his moniker tells us that the Sunshine State native enjoys a good pun. His name offers another clue, actually: Like another Flo we know, Flo Rida is in possession of a fierce attitude. "Turn it up if it's too low / B*tch, I'm from the ghetto" is just another way of saying "Kiss my grits," right?

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About This Album

Flo Rida's debut hasn't even dropped yet, but thanks to the three advance singles he's put out, we've already learned so many things about him. For example, when Flo finds something he likes, he sticks with it, judging by the near-identical, bass-heavy beats on "Radio" and "Birthday." And his moniker tells us that the Sunshine State native enjoys a good pun. His name offers another clue, actually: Like another Flo we know, Flo Rida is in possession of a fierce attitude. "Turn it up if it's too low / B*tch, I'm from the ghetto" is just another way of saying "Kiss my grits," right?