Flo Rida has been at the heart of the feel-good rap era of the early 2010s with smash hits that incorporate rap, house, electronic and pop music elements. Massive club bangers such as, “Low” which featuring T-Pain and “Right Round” featuring Kesha are some of the tracks that propelled Flo Rida to international success. Much more recently in the 2011’s, his hit album, “Wild Ones” cemented his reputation as the ultimate party king of the decade with four top ten singles contained in the album. The album featured some great hits such as, “Whistle” and “Good Feeling” that catapulted the album to gold status in several countries including the UK, Australia, Canada and Sweden. Here is our list of the top 10 Flo Rida songs.
10. I Don’t Like It I Love It
We all miss the days when Flo Rida used to constantly surprise us with amazing summer hits. “I Don’t Like It I Love It,” which features Canadian musician Robin Thicke is the perfect summer song. The video of the song features Flo Rida and Robin Thicke playing and flirting with beautiful ladies as the ice cream is given to people around the neighbourhood as children play near an open fire hydrant. The song has been certified platinum in multiple countries, including the US, UK, and Australia.
“Low” is one of the most covered songs in music modern music history. When this song was released back in 2008, it was literally being played everywhere. “Low” is Flo Rida’s debut single from his first album, Mail on Sunday which was released in 2008. The song features rapper T-Pain and was featured as a soundtrack for the movie 2008 movie, Step Up 2: The Streets. This track was a huge success globally and it spent ten consecutive weeks at top position on the Billboard 100.
8. Going Down Fo Real
“Going Down Fo Real” is contained in Flo Rida’s 2015 EP, My House which was released in 2015. The song features some incredible instrumental samples from War’s remix for the song, “Low Rider.” The video of the song has Flo Rida as a basketball coach who trains professional dancers who double up as basketball players. The hook of the song is quite catchy and is repeated throughout the whole song which makes the song very catchy.
I have listened to many songs titled, “Sugar” but this Flo Rida sing is the best among the rest. Listening to this song will have you humming to its beat which you might find hard to get out of your mind. The song features the amazing female vocalist, Wynter, who has a beautiful voice and matches the song perfectly. The song, which is contained in the album, R.O.O.T.S., debuted at position 25 on the US Billboard 100, peaking at position 5.
Many Flo Rida fans will probably argue that this song should have featured higher on our list of his best songs. The song contains a catchy hook and a pop sound that gives it the potential to be one of Flo Rida’s greatest songs. The song also features a whistling sound throughout the track, and it drew a lot of praise for its originality.
5. My House
Flo Rida has released some great songs over the last decade, but “My House” has to up there among the best he has ever done. The song features samples of the drum break from The Honey Drippers single, “Impeach the President.” The song was one of Wrestlemania 32 theme songs and has also been featured in the 2017 movie “The Boss Baby” and is heard at the beginning of the 2017 movie, “The House.”
4. Good Feeling
This song was initially released from Flo Rida’s album with the same name but was included in his 2012 studio album, Wild Ones. Immediately after the song’s release, Pop Crush gave the song a four-star rating saying that the song was surely destined to be a club banger. The song made its debut on the Billboard 100 at position 82 on the first week of its release before peaking at position three in its 16th week.
3. Right Round
Although the song initially received negative reviews, with critics claiming it had some misogynistic elements, it was a commercial success, reaching the top ten in several charts in different countries. The song features vocals from Keyshia, who was initially uncredited in the US and Canada during its debut on the US and UK charts. The song is about a lady Flo Rida likes, and she got her head spinning round and round, meaning she is crazy over her. The song’s video does not feature Keyshia, and it was nominated for Best Hip-Hop Video at the MTV Music Awards in 2009.
2. Club Can’t Handle Him
After its release, this song literary ruled the global club scene for a while. The song features David Guetta, who is well known for producing some of the best Pop-EDM songs. When David Guetta and Flo Rida’s energy combined in this song, we were treated to one of the greatest club songs of all time. The song is very infectious, with David Guetta providing a great escalating beat while Flo Rida raps out the sort of party lyrics that we have come to associate with him. The song peaked at position nine on the US Billboard 100 and has sold over three million copies in the US. “Club Can’t Handle Me” is an upbeat song and one of the best street dancing songs of the last decade.
1. Wild Ones
“Wild Ones” is the number one song in our countdown of the best Flo Rida songs. The song, which features Australian singer Sia contains some house and electro house elements and its themes revolve around partying, and dancing. The song peaked in the top forty of every country it charted on, peaking at position five on the US Billboard Hot 100. The video of the song features Flo Rida having fun with friends in different locations. The song was used as one of Wrestlemania 28’s official theme songs and is Flo Rida’s fourth best-selling song.