Rapper Flo Rida begins to cook up new materials for his sophomore studio album "R.O.O.T.S.". Eying to release the record in spring 2009, he is working with superhouse producers J Rock, Doctor Luke and DJ Montay to get it done.
First single off the upcoming album, which stands for "Routes of Overcoming the Struggle", is expected to come out in January 2009, according to Billboard. Unfortunately, the song's title still remains secret.
Flo Rida debuted his singing career in 2007 when dropping a massive hit "Low" followed with a studio effort "Mail on Sunday" in March 2008. The song became an instant hit, sitting at number 1 on Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart for 10 weeks and in the top ten of the chart for 23 weeks overall. "I didn't set out to do any No. 1 records. I just go into the studio and make music that I love," Flo Rida told the publication when referring to "Low" success.
"I did a lot of radio, locally in Florida, and then other states once the record got more popular," Flo Rida explained further about how he accomplished his success. "I also did a lot of different little gigs in bigger markets like Atlanta and New York while I was there for radio and that helped."