The new hit sensation out of Florida, is none other than "Flo Rida."  Before Flo' decided to release his L.P. he had only done mixtapes and features on songs.  As I am sure most people know (both adults and kids), "Low (Feat. T-Pain)" was an extremely popular song.  In my opinion, the song was more popular than Soulja Boy's first single entitled, "Crank That (Soulja Boy)."  It is tough to say which one overall had more popularity, but that can be discussed at another time.

As stated above, "Low" was the first single to drop from the album.  Then on February 11th, 2008, "Elevator" was released.   Obviously it is hard to have a follow up single to "Low," but "Elevator" was just as good (in my opinion).  There won't just be two singles for this amazing debut album.  There will be two more tracks entitled, "Ms. Hangover," and "Roll (Feat. Sean Kingston)."  Expect in the near future for there to be a music video for one of these singles.

Overall, my assessment of Mail on Sunday is a four and a half stars out of five stars.  The album was really great, the singles got me really excited for the albums release (the ones that were released before the album debuted).  On top of that, the album itself has such depth to it that it can pretty much be listened to anywhere.  Whether your on your computer, on the internet, or sitting in your car, Flo' has you covered.  On top of that, unlike many other music artists out there, Flo Rida did not get too flashy on his debut album.  You see musicians out there in the industry who are just trying to do too much with the first album they drop.  Just look at Soulja Boy's first album, he tried way to hard to not only be something he wasn't, but also tried to put out an album in which every single track would be a hit like his first single.  I look forward to more music from Flo Rida, I am sure he will have a follow up album to his already solid debut album.

Track Listing:
"American Superstar (Feat. Lil Wayne)"
"Ack Like You Know"
"Elevator (Feat. Timbaland)"
"Roll (Feat. Sean Kingston)"
"Low (Feat. T-Pain)"
"Priceless (Feat. Birdman)"
"Ms. Hangover"
"Still Missin"
"In The Ayer (Feat. Will.I.Am)"
"Me & U"
"All My Life"
"Don’t Know How to Act (Feat. Yung Joc)"
"Freaky Deaky (Feat. Trey Songz)"
"Money Right (Feat. Rick Ross & Brisco)"
"Gotta Eat" (Best Buy Bonus Track)"
"Make a Wish" (Best Buy Bonus Track)"

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