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Flo Rida says sorry to Saturdays
Flo Rida wants to collaborate with The Saturdays to make amends for beating them to number one in the UK charts twice.
The US rapper's new track 'Club Can't Handle Me' held the British girl group's 'Missing You' from the number one spot in last Sunday's (15.08.10) chart.
This is the second time Flo Rida has kept the Saturdays from number one, after his song 'Round Round' kept their charity single 'Just Can't Get Enough' from topping the UK charts last year.
However, the rapper hopes to apologise by offering the girls the chance to lay down a track with him.
He explained: "If we could make a collaboration happen I would be up for that.
"I don't know much about The Saturdays but we put smiles on people's faces when we make music, which counts more than getting number ones."
Flo Rida has previously rapped on 'X Factor' winner Alexandra Burke's debut single 'Bad Boys' and credits her with the success of 'Club Can't Handle Me' - as she introduced him to French DJ David Guetta, the producer behind the track.
He added to the Daily Star newspaper: "David has got a great passion for what he does and he's very humble. Alexandra insisted I meet him when we did a show together. We kept in touch and decided to work together."Posted on 19 Aug 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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