News featuring Flo Rida

The following news stories mention Flo Rida. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated within the last hour.

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Tuesday 1st April

  • New Flo Rida Song “Freaking Out” To Appear On ‘Neighbors’ Soundtrack

    If your idea of a good time is the sheer awesomeness that could only come from a meeting of the minds involving Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Flo Rida, then, goddamn, are you ever in luck. The soundtrack to upcoming married-couple-fighting-with-local-college-frat comedy Neighbors features a bunch a songs you’ve already heard before (Ke$ha‘s “Die Young” ... More »

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Monday 31st March

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Monday 17th March

  • Sia - Chandelier: New music

    After semi-retirement from her own career to collaborate with some of pop's biggest names, Sia's back with a song about swinging from light fittings

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Friday 24th January

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Friday 15th November

  • Flo Rida Takes Las Vegas In His “How I Feel” Video: Watch

    Flo Rida hits Sin City for his high-rollin’ “How I Feel” visual. Directed by Shane Drake, the glossy video was filmed at Planet Hollywood resort and casino in Las Vegas and finds the muscular MC living it up with sexy ladies and his extended entourage. The catchy jam, which features a sample of Nina Simone‘s ... More »

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Tuesday 5th November

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Tuesday 8th October

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Thursday 8th August

  • Nudity in pop videos: art or misogyny?

    Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake and Calvin Harris have all used topless women in their videos. But is it art or are record labels exploiting women and cashing in on YouTube revenues?

    When David Cameron announced plans for a nationwide internet porn block last month, one question just audible above the hoots of derision from anti-censorship groups centred on whether his plans would extend to an ebook version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Would this literary triumph also be banned? Probably not, Cameron said, throwing in the fantastically I-haven't-thought-this-through clarification: "It will depend on how the filters work."

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