Mail On Sunday

Brand: Flo Rida
Produced by well-known hit makers like Timbaland, The Runners and J.R. Rotem, Flo Rida's debut album 'Mail On Sunday' features the Top 10 ARIA chart single "Low". Flo Rida also recruited a who's who of A-list collaborators like Lil' Wayne, who appears on the street savvy "Guns And Roses," Yung Joc, who is featured on the raucous party anthem "Furniture," where the two rappers trade verses about tearing up the club, and Timbaland, who shows up on Flo Rida's second single, "Elevator". On the cut "Showin' Love," Flo Rida shows a different side of his rap persona by crafting an introspective song that pays homage to the friends who he trusted most in his life and those who are no longer around to share all of his recent success. "All My Life" is another track that digs deeper into Flo Rida's psyche as he describes the passing of his sister. Flo Rida's exceptional creativity-a fresh and energetic flow, escorted by a melodic delivery, ensures there is never a dull moment. With a tone analogous to that of Nelly and on par with the vivacity of Outkast , Flo Rida's uniqueness will undoubtedly set him apart, defying any standard expectations.

American Superstar - (Feat. Lil Wayne)
Ack Like You Know
Elevator - (Feat. Timbaland)
Roll - (Feat. Sean Kingston)
Low - (Feat T-Pain)
Priceless - (Feat. Birdman)
Ms. Hangover
Still Missin
In The Ayer - (Feat. Will.I.Am)
Me & U
All My Life
Don't Know How To Act - (Feat. Yung Joc)
Freaky Deaky - (Feat. Trey Songz)
Money Right - (Feat. Rick Ross & Brisco)