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Tramar Dillard (born September 17, 1979 in Miami, Florida), better known by his stage name Flo Rida, is an American rapper signed to Poe Boy Entertainment. He began his rap career touring with 2 Live Crew and was then featured on DJ Khaled's album "We The Best" in 2006. He released his debut album Mail on Sunday in 2008 and it's lead single, Low featuring T-Pain, held a run of 10 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Check our available Flo Rida concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Concert Thursday
September 2, 2021
7:00 pm
L.B. Day Amphitheater
Salem, OR 2330 17th Street Ne Salem, Oregon US
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Release Date: July 3, 2012 Flo Rida, the undisputed king of the ringtone generation, follows up his poor selling album Only One Flo (Part 1) with his fourth studio album Wild Ones, hoping that the success of his singles will one day carry over to his album sales. The odd thing about Flo Rida is that his singles sell really well. He's had eight top 10 singles in the past five years (selling over 22m), but none of his albums have sold more than 500k...
Originally conceived as a sequel to his album "Only One Flo (Part 1)," Flo Rida's new album "Wild Ones" was repackaged and retitled based on the runaway success of the single it's named after. The dominance the song has had on the pop charts, radio airwaves and mainstream outlets has reached the point where I hear my hip-hop friends bitching about it on a daily basis...
In the newest edition of Pop-Rap Monopoly, Jay-Z is Boardwalk and Kanye is Park Place--royal blue, printing money, crushing all opposition while flaunting their luxury tax. Lil' Wayne, Luda, and Nicki Minaj are right behind them in the green zone. Drake is Marvin Gardens. Wiz Khalifa is something purple, obviously. Asher Roth and Travie McCoy are the worthless brown properties, while Chris Brown is that sad little dude peering through the jail bars. (This game is largely about wish fulfillment...
Buy / Listen: 7Digital | Amazon | eMusic | We7 | Spotify (Atlantic) A late entrant to the pop charts, at 28, singer/rapper Flo Rida has more than made up for lost time: his debut single -Low' (feat. T-Pain) broke the record for the most downloaded single upon its release in 2007, and would go on to top the charts on about twelve different continents over the next six months...
Buy it from Buy the CDFlo RidaOnly One Flo Vol.1Atlantic2010 There may be only one Flo - Florida rapper Tramar Dillard - but he has an army of helpers on this lean first instalment of his new two-part album, with more than 50 songwriters, producers and guest rappers contributing to just 27 minutes of music. This is good news for the dancefloor...
Consensus is not always universal amongst the RR staff. For example when it comes to the aptly named Carol City rapper Flo Rida, this writer found Flo's debut album to be relatively inoffensive even though Flo's sound and style throughout "came out of a cookie cutter hitmaking mold" and didn't establish Flo's true personality...
Flo Rida hit it big by borrowing hooks from euphoric old Eurocheese songs by Eiffel 65 and Dead or Alive. So it's no shock that the first single from the rapper's third album is a hands-in-the-air collaboration with French house producer David Guetta called "Club Can't Handle Me." Only One Flo embraces the electro pulse of international clubland, with hedonistic lyrics to match...
The relationship between rap and dance music has always seemed like a mutually beneficial one, with the two genres sharing both an overlap in material and a diverse communion of ideas. Yet in some cases, like the insistently mushy material on Flo Rida's Only One Flo (Part 1), a heavy reliance on dance elements can begin to reek of desperation, seeming like an underhanded attempt to sneak otherwise tedious songs into clubs and onto airwaves...
The "Right Round" rapper is a party-starter nonpareil: Though "Club Can't Handle Me," his delirious stadium-rave hit, first appeared on the Step Up 3D soundtrack, you won't mind its reappearance here a bit. Unfortunately, Flo Rida seems weirdly reined-in on the rest of this eight-track mini-album Only One Flo (Part 1), squandering collabs with pop-meisters like Dr. Luke and Bruno Mars. He's even shown up by guests Ludacris and Gucci Mane on "Why You Up in Here."
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