Flo Rida wants fans to get ''goosebumps'' when they listen to 'Wild Ones', as well as using it to reflect on the hardships he faced as an up-and-coming artist.
Flo Rida wants fans to get ''goosebumps'' when they listen to 'Wild Ones'.
The rapper hopes his latest album inspires his fans to feel the same emotions as he did when he record it.
He said: ''When we made this album I wanted everything to feel to the point where the goosebumps I got creating it, my fans will get as well.''
Flo also admitted he went through ''hardships'' as a developing artist and wanted that to be reflected in the album's songs.
He added in an interview with Walmart Soundcheck: ''I believe in working hard and my team around me believe the same thing so thinking back through all the transitions of me trying to become an artist and those different hardships - this record represents that.''
'Wild Ones' - released in July - has already spawned hit singles 'Good Feeling' and 'Whistle', which have reached the top five in US, European and Australian charts.
Despite huge success Flo has also taken the time to team up with singer Olly Murs for his new track 'Troublemaker', which was unveiled yesterday (08.10.12).