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Flo Rida wants fans to enjoy his concerts
Flo Rida thinks playing live is always a "fun party".
The 'Sugar' hitmaker - whose real name is Tramar Dillard - always puts his fans first and is overjoyed when they come to his shows and have a good time.
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "The fans are always at the hotel waiting, they like to get pictures and autographs. I enjoy it all, the display of love and support at the hotels and shows.
"It's always amazing to see ladies come onstage and dance. It has always been a blessing. I enjoy everywhere I am booked to go.
"I have expectations of it being great and it's always lived up to that, it's a fun party.
"I've always known, before I had a record deal, that the thing is to go out and put on the show. I've been doing that since day one."
The 31-year-old rapper is happy with his music career but also has plans to try other ventures in the future.
He explained: "I'll be an entrepreneur, do some acting, get involved in the film world.
"With my charity Big Dreams For Kids, I believe the more you give the more you receive.
"Giving is the most important to show the less fortunate that you don't give up. You always want to live a better life."Posted on 10 Dec 2010 16:15 to category : Music News
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