This Florida native saw heaps of success upon releasing his ringtone friendly "Low," which became the ubiquitous pop-rap single of 2008. But when he dropped his sophomore effort, R.O.O.T.S., in 2009, Flo Rida only saw marginal success. While "Right Round" was, like "Low," everywhere and broke digital single sales records, it did not exactly translate into album sales. But Flo has persisted and began crafting his third effort, 2010's The Only One. It's set to feature T-Pain on several cuts, including the J-Rock produced "Zoosk Girl," among other (strip) club-friendly tracks.