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Music Review: Flo Rida – Only One Flo (Part 1)

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Children flocked international rapper Flo Rida on December 25, 2010, as he distributes bicycles and scooters to the underprivileged children in Miami, Florida. This international rapper not only knows how to draw a crowd of children, but he also is able to capture his fans with his unique flow. He is known to break barriers and unite fans of hip-hop, pop, and club music cultures.

Born Tremar Dillard, Flo Rida was raised in Carol City, Florida. Growing up in Carol City was not easy for the rapper, but he decided to lead by example and work toward the positive. Music helped Flo Rida stay on a straight path. He began his career as a hype man and eventually caught the attention of Elric “E-Class” Prince, CEO of Poe Boy Entertainment.

In 2006 Flo Rida’s dreams came true as he signed a deal with Atlantic Records. This international rapper has sold millions of singles worldwide. His song “Low “ sold 5.7 million units and spent ten weeks in No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Soon following the single “Right Round” climbed the billboard charts and reached the top to No. 1. and sold one million downloads in two weeks.

Flo Rida has released his third album Only One Flo (Part 1) and collaborated with well-known names in the music industry such as Gucci Man, Ludacris, Akon, and David Guetta. The first single of his album “Club Can’t Handle Me” is featured in the movie Step it Up 2 and is approaching double platinum status. The album also reveals Flo Rida’s romantic side with his single “Come with Me” and “Respirator.” Both singles gives the album an R&B feel. Flo Rida plans to continue to travel the world and promote his album. With the goal of capturing the music industry by storm, Flo Rida will continue to inspire others and make hit music.


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