New Song: Flo Rida (ft. Sage the Gemini) - "GDFR" [Audio / Review]
Flo Rida is still alive. All of his latest singles have flopped, but could “GDFR” be the turning point in Flo Rida’s worrying career moment? The Florida rapper has recruited verse spitter Sage the Gemini for his brand new single "GDFR” - which samples War's 1975 song "Low Rider". “Going Down For Real” – that’s what the acronym stands for – will be released on iTunes next Monday, August 25th. So don’t overuse your card this weekend!
"GDFR” single review
Flo Rida officially jumps on the "saxophone/trumpet/horn" bandwagon. "GDFR” is saxophone-infested, but it’s nonetheless a nice infestation. “Going Down For Real” is a nice party-ready record boasting stereotypical rapper lyrics about the “purpose” of females. “I know what you came here to do / Now bust it open let me see you get low”, sings Sage the Gemini in the chorus of "GDFR”. Ladies should absolutely hate this song based on its lyrics, but the irresistible saxophone melody will surely make them dance to it at the club anyway. That's what music does. "GDFR” is officially the third single from Flo Rida’s long-delayed fifth album “The Perfect 10”. The album should be seeing the light of day later this year via Atlantic Records. Fingers crossed "GDFR” becomes a hit for Flo Rida. His career just can’t take many more flops.