Redfoo Keeps The Party Rockin’ With Debut Solo Album
Redfoo has been rocking the get together for so long as he can keep in mind — and he plans to proceed that momentum by way of 2016.
The musician and one-half of digital/pop duo LMFAO simply launched his debut solo album, “Party Rock Mansion,” a title that lives as much as its identify, in addition to the life-style Redfoo (whose actual identify is Stefan Kendal Gordy) has channeled for years.
“Party Rock Mansion” features the type of upbeat dance songs that you would be able to anticipate from Redfoo. After all, the forty-yr-previous artist nonetheless enjoys going out and having enjoyable. He tries to loosen up when he can, although when you ask his dad, legendary Motown founder Berry Gordy, Redfoo might be not getting sufficient sleep. Redfoo informed The Huffington Post he enjoys going out and dealing arduous, and his sleep typically suffers due to it.
“I’ll sleep when I’m lifeless,” he advised The Huffington Post.
Luckily, Redfoo poured that power into the recording studio. Overall, the album is extra “intimate” than his work with LMFAO, Redfoo stated.
Aside from the social gathering rock anthems, Redfoo’s solo debut additionally features a love ballad impressed by a lady in his life. The monitor, he says, facilities on that second whenever you exit on the road and inform somebody “I love you,” and also you’re not sure whether or not you will hear it again. Sigh … we have all been there.
Many of the brand new songs have been impressed by Redfoo’s personal relationship experiences — from being in a critical romance to navigating the only life.
Redfoo has had the tracks kicking round for a few years, however now felt like the fitting time to tug all of it collectively into on assortment that additionally features visitor stars Stevie Wonder and Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike.
Looking forward, Redfoo seems to be ahead to performing the brand new songs reside whereas on tour behind the set, with dates lined up abroad this spring and North American exhibits within the works for later this yr.
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