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CD: LMFAO - Sorry for Party Rocking

CD: LMFAO - Sorry for Party Rocking

UK chart-toppers deliver an earthquake of goon-ish boshing

Berry Gordy's son and grandson do moronic with relentless gumption

As subtlety in popular music becomes increasingly worshipped by heritage-led taste arbiters, we should relish proper shouty moron tunes. Few come more shouty and moronic than LMFAO, a Los Angeles duo named after the text abbreviation for "Laughing my fucking arse off". They comprise Berry Gordy's youngest son Skyler (AKA Skyblu) and his grandson Stefan Gordy (AKA Redfoo), renowned for goon club anthem "I'm in Miami, Bitch". They claim their second album is "more refined" - but it isn't unless your idea of refined is pole dancing to Limp Bizkit.


Sky Blu is Berry Gordys grandson and Redfoo is his son! Do your Homework!! LMFAO are the best GRAMMY!!!!

OMG i would love to see them live LMFAO! Sky Blu and Redfoo went to Pali High School in the Palisades, they are LEDGENDS. I want to meet SKY. wow Berry Gordy is Music Royality so that makes Sky and Foo Princes

I Love LMFAO. You can not go to a club without hearing them! they rock the house, would die to see them live. Sky Blu and hid uncle Redfoo are so kool

this is so funny!! Sky Blu is 12 years younger than Redfoo. Redfoo brother is Sky Blu's Father Hello check your facts... Sky is the Grandson of Berry Gordy

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