Mail On Sunday

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3.8

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 36 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 36
  2. Negative: 22 out of 36

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  1. Jan 27, 2011
    5
    An example that style over substance can be successful. There is no denying that these tracks are made for the club environment but you shouldn't give something a bad mark if it makes you dance. Flo-Rida is childish vocally and will not gain any new fans based on his lyrical talent but you cannot deny his awesome ability to fill a song with plenty of material and then do it ten times over.An example that style over substance can be successful. There is no denying that these tracks are made for the club environment but you shouldn't give something a bad mark if it makes you dance. Flo-Rida is childish vocally and will not gain any new fans based on his lyrical talent but you cannot deny his awesome ability to fill a song with plenty of material and then do it ten times over. In that sense he is no different to say Eminem, though he is obviously technically inferior to 99% of MC's. However his line "I got my money right..." hits the nail on the head. Collaborations with Timbaland proves that he is in the money and good for him. 5/10 53/100 Expand
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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. 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.
  2. For every witty rhyme, there is enough cringe-worthy couplets.
  3. His guests on Sunday bring ferocious beats (like will.i.am on ''In the Ayer'') and infectious hooks (Sean Kingston on ''Roll'').