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Flo Rida

Wild Ones

Atlantic
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August 14, 2012

Flo Rida is less an MC than a delivery system for dance beats – some ingenious, many insipid, all supersize. Here he largely defers to producers (including Dr. Luke) and guest stars (Sia, J. Lo), and watches the cash roll in. Which is good, considering the alternative: "Up in this spot, spot/Pull up in the Chevy/So classy and hot, hot," he "raps" in "Let It Roll."

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