Mail On Sunday

Metascore
54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. Flo Rida himself is able and charismatic, but doesn't sustain a compelling persona on every cut, which instead stand or fall (mostly the former) on their production.
  2. Blender
    60
    He has nimble delivery and a pleasing Nelly-esque hiccup to his voice. [May 2008, p.78]
  3. Here, he doesn't offer much more than a couple worthy singles and a handful of decent album cuts, and those highlights, such as the Timbaland-produced (and hogged) "Elevator," tend to be memorable more for the beats and the hooks than the rhymes.
  4. For every witty rhyme, there is enough cringe-worthy couplets.
  5. Other than the album's highlight, the resonant break-up song "Still Missin'," Mail on Sunday rarely delivers.
  6. The result is so robotic in its attempt to jolt every single pleasure center every single second that any twist of human joy, lust, awareness, or reflection is assimilated into its brittle, crunky Borg cube.
  7. For much of his debut album, Flo Rida seems like he's trying to match the broad appeal of "Low," but he has only limited success.
  8. His subjects are the standard sex/money/hustler/romance/gangster fantasies, and all the new-millennium fast life references you expect.
User Score
3.8

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 36 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 14
  2. Negative: 7 out of 14
  1. Jan 5, 2014
    3
    There are only 4 songs I could say I actually enjoyed (Elevator, Priceless, Don't Know How To Act and Money Right) and the rest was terrible.There are only 4 songs I could say I actually enjoyed (Elevator, Priceless, Don't Know How To Act and Money Right) and the rest was terrible. This album gives hip hop a bad name. Full Review »
  2. Feb 13, 2012
    1
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  3. ADRock
    Mar 22, 2008
    9
    It's obvious that a lot of the reviewers are not from Florida, and do not understand our music. This CD has that old school feel with It's obvious that a lot of the reviewers are not from Florida, and do not understand our music. This CD has that old school feel with new age Dade County sound. By looking in the records, either they underestimate his popularity, or no one is listening to critics in Omaha and New York. Trey O Five is back. Flo Rida, Rick Ross, Trina, DJ Khaled!!!! Full Review »