There's a lot more to LMFAO than just banging dance beats and massive club grooves. One little, yet important, detail people tend to overlook is that the duo of RedFoo and SkyBlu are the son and grandson, respectively, of Motown record label founder Berry Gordy.
With music deeply rooted in their DNA, it should really come as no surprise that they chose to pursue a career in music as well. And growing up in, with and around music ever since they can remember gives the two a keen perspective on making music and the industry at large
Today, the two party-rockers released their sophomore album "Sorry For Party Rocking" that was introduced by the global smash single "Party Rock Anthem" that went straight to number one in pop charts around the world. The album features hyper-catchy dance beats and epic synth chords that come along with plenty of lyrical wit. (Preview the album here)
I sat down with Redfoo and SkyBlu recently in the Cherrytree House to learn a little bit more about their music, album and their unique upbringing. LMFAO wouldn't be quite themselves if they didn't try to pull a party prank or two. Totally fun! Have a look after the break.