Only One Flo (Part 1)
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"Come With Me!" Dec 21, 2010
By M. Mariba
This is a great CD release by the talented hip hop/rap musician Flo Rida titled "Only One Flo Part 1". This great CD, unfortunately has only 8 tracks, which is very unusual in the CD era (usually 10 tracks or more in most releases is the standard/norm)! The CD opens with "On And On" : a great track with great melody, great chorus & good rapping by Flo Rida. Other great tracks include "Who Dat Girl" (great vocals featuring Akon), "21" (great melody & 'racy rapping'. This track features Laza Morgan) & "Respirator" (great techno sound with good rapping), Okay tracks include "Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)" [a dance rap track] & "Why You Up In Here" (featuring Ludacris, Git Fresh & Gucci Mane). Solid tracks/gems include "Come With Me" (beautiful music, great drums, harmony & chorus. This is my favourite track from this great CD & hence the title of my review) & "Club Can't Handle Me" (a fantastic dance track featuring the great French dance maestro David Guetta). On overall, this is a great CD release, rather short on tracks but nevertheless gives a great listening pleasure. It's rather refreshing to have great rapping without explicit lyrics, a highly recommended listening.
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Great Women's Basketball Music! Mar 14, 2011
Flo Rida makes up-tempo music that is great for basketball activity. I like it for Women Basketball players & I believe they will love this album in particular. This is perfect for workouts, conditioning, practice, pregame warm-ups, & after the game. Your athletes will not be disappointed! It is a short record, but it is well worth it. It is at a great price. Here's my advice for male coaches of women's basketball teams. If you need something to help get your women athletes motivated & ready, buy Flo Rida's "Only One Flo" right now! It is a good record for women basketball players at any level of play. It does not matter if it is high school, college, or even the WNBA, this record is the one for you! 10 Stars for great music & great basketball!
5 of 7 found the following review helpful:
A Handful of Great Tracks Dec 01, 2010
By Cory T. Shaeffer
This EP album is the first of two parts, with the first intended to showcase Flo Rida's melodic side. So naturally, the focus on this set of songs is on pop melodies. Each song is executed with precision, professionalism, and outstanding production. But as far as the hooks go, they were a bit stronger on his previous effort. The opening track, "On And On," which features Kevin Rudolf, is typical of most Rudolph material - it sounds great on the stereo but just can't develop a melodic hook that catches on. Other tracks follow a similar pattern, such as "Respirator" and "Come With Me."
There are a few great tracks, in particular the single "Club Can't Handle Me," which is to say the least a page out of the Black Eyed Peas' book. Other winners include the Akon collaboration "Who Dat Girl" and "Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)."
For an 8-song EP, this is not bad at all, but if this is the EP that is supposed to focus on melodies, there are only a couple of tracks that rank among his best work. 3.5 stars.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Not for everyone, but good music. Dec 16, 2010
After buying all three of Flo's albums, I would have to say that I will continue to support him with his future releases. By far, his debut album (Mail on Sunday) is the best yet but this album is still worth getting. I know his music is not for everyone but it is hard to deny that he has a great flow and makes hit records. Overall, if you are a Flo Rida fan, it is a must have.
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