“I want to get you alone / So we can do something wrong,” an unidentified female vocalist shouts on the chorus as Flo drops smooth rhymes over a club-ready beat.
RedFoo joins in on a dubstep laden interlude that features the shuffling rapper repackaging some of his wittiest lyrics. “I’m running through these hos like Drano / But I keep it low bro ’cause she is my main ho,” he raps.
The song’s video features a scantily clad model running “Baywatch” style in slow-motion across a sandy beach. It epitomizes the song’s message and summarizes most of Flo Rida’s career to date: life’s a party, so why not enjoy it?
Preparing for the July 6 release of his fourth studio album, “Wild Ones,” Flo Rida recently joined Waka Flocka Flame and fellow guests Nicki Minaj and Tyga on the Atlanta rapper’s new single “Get Low.”
Flo Rida’s latest hit, “Wild Ones,” featuring Sia, is currently No. 6 on the Hot 100. He’s had two Billboard Hot 100 chart toppers, with 2008’s smash “Low” and 2009’s “Right Round,” both peaked at No. 1.