Flo Rida may have a penchant for watching shawtys get Low on the dancefloor and yes, a skilled pole-dancer can make his head spin Right Round, but the man’s no fool, and he can easily tell the difference between a chick who’s into him and a tease with ulterior motives. On Why You Up in Here the latest leak off his third studio album, the Panhandle State hitmaker encounters a member of the latter category and, with the help of a few heavyweight cohorts, gives said suspicious female the third degree over an arpeggiated-synth instrumental by KnoBody. After some characteristically high-energy flows from the headliner, guest-rapper extraordinaire Luda jumps on board to scold the girl in question for “playin’ with his emotions” in his dope-as-usual middle verse, and Gucci Mane spends his closing bars doing, well, exactly what you’d expect: ‘brrr’-ing, bottle-popping and showing off his ice. In between their bars, Miami’s Git Fresh drop in to provide some catchy R&B hook vocals. Listeners digging this star-studded cut can find Up in Here on Rida’s The Only One LP, which has yet to receive a solid drop date.
Written by richard on 08/10/10
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