Following the release of “Right Round”, Flo Rida spoke about the success of the song, which she called a blessing. “It’s crazy, because people feel like you’re lucky the first time you do something like that. But the second time? You know you’re blessed,” he said. mtv in 2009. However, the song, which samples “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” by Dead or Alive, also featured backing vocals from Kesha.
In 2010, Kesha revealed to entertainment weekly that she wasn’t paid to sing on the chart-topping single. “I didn’t get credit, I didn’t get paid,” she said. “Honestly, I walked into the studio and there was Flo Rida and Dr. Luke singing the song, and I was like, ‘I’ll just sing on it. I’m happy you like my voice enough to put me on your song.'” The Los Angeles native went on to explain that she was just happy to be included in a song that was playing on the radio.
#didnt #Kesha #credit #hit #song #Flo #Rida