Wild Ones - Flo Rida
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Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 57 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 57
  2. Negative: 42 out of 57

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  1. May 17, 2013
    I'm not even a fan of hip-hop or Flo Rida but this album has so many strong tracks for fans of House and Dance Pop genres. Dance music producer Axwell has outdone himself producing this album. So much creative energy has gone into this production leading to so many outstanding remixs from other artist. Everyone hating on this simply isn't a fan of electronic dance music.
  2. Jul 25, 2012
    I mean, you get what you ask for. He's not an artist who's made to make albums. The songs don't vary on subject matter; they all are about partying and sex. But that's why anyone likes Flo Rida. 'Good Feeling' seems like it came out ages ago, but it's still a fun, great song, and every other song is basically a variation of it. Nothing strays too far out of the formula, which is why this album just comes up short in all honesty. Don't buy this album expecting deep stuff - it's radio fodder. But it can be fun radio fodder, so it's up to you. Expand
  3. Jan 5, 2014
    Not his best, not his worst. Jennifer Lopez kinda ruined Sweet Spot. There are some very great songs on this album, such as Whistle, Wild Ones and I Cry.
  4. Aug 4, 2012
    Is Flo Rida good at making catchy, irresistable hit singles? Sure. However, is he capable of making a memorable studio album? Not at all. I'm convinced at least 95 percent uses the same bassline and hook. The songs are generic; using basic dance-pop elements without any kind of innovation. Flo Rida's rap vocals are decent, however, they're mediocre when compared to serious rap artists. If you're looking for a fun time and nothing but, I'd recommend certain singles. "Wild Ones" features a beautifully sang hook by Austrailian recording artist Sia, who makes the song a hit in its own right. "Good Feeling", the album's lead single, practically steals Etta James' retro hook in Avicii's "Le7els" and turns it into a formulaic pop radio jam. Even $6.99 is overpriced when it comes to this wannabe dance-pop album. Expand
  5. Jul 13, 2012
    If your a Flo-rida fan how can you be fine with a 9 track album that cost $11.99 when u can buy each track for 1.29 & save money? Enough of that Flo-rida is one of those artists where he hijacks old songs turn them into pop and get them to become 4x-6x platnium. his singles might be successful but this album wont go gold
  6. Mar 9, 2013
    This is the most annoying, repetitive and weak album I ever seen, all singles with featuring, this guy can't make a music by himself? Yes! Simply because he just know how to rap, he don't know how to make music, he need people and featuring to make several parts of him musics.
  7. Nov 10, 2012
    **** dis guy doesn't make good albums nor songs!!!!!!!!!!! All his songs sucks balls and are hits because of his lame ass hooks thats all!!!!!! all his albums are not worthy and better off as free downloads so no one would have to regret on how much money they wasted on dis **** album!

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. Aug 14, 2012
    Here he largely defers to producers (including Dr. Luke) and guest stars (Sia, J. Lo), and watches the cash roll in.
  2. Jul 30, 2012
    If you play this album really loud – and leave your brain marinating in formaldehyde on a shelf for a half-hour – it's crudely effective. Play it a second time, and you may want to kill yourself.
  3. Jul 16, 2012
    Buy it, enjoy it, and forget it. It's a fun bit of fluff.