He may have first broken the charts with “I’m In Miami, B*tch!” but now it would be more appropriate for Redfoo of LMFAO to claim “I’m World Wide, B*tch.” Throughout his tours with LMFAO, Black Eyed Peas, and his individual DJ sets, Redfoo has performed in over 24 countries on four different continents.
The growing demand for Redfoo around the world is testament to the incredible level of music-making and party-creating that Redfoo makes look so effortless. Not only does he arrive at his DJ sets with perfect dance mixes that are liable to set a club on fire, but Redfoo also brings the PARTY ROCK—including live vocal performances, glowsticks, inflatable toys, cryo guns, full wardrobe, party favors, go-go dancers, and the whole Party Rock Crew of Hollywood’s club-going elite. And, of course, the shots. “Shots,” featuring Lil Jon, was LMFAO’s third single, and for a good reason. When Redfoo is onstage, the vodka and tequila bottles are seemingly bottomless—both for himself, and for any girl close enough to be within shot-pouring range.
Though the dance-inducing tracks he releases and the epic parties he throws might make it seem like Redfoo is no work, all play, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. LMFAO’s debut album, “Party Rock,” was nominated for a Grammy in 2010 for Best Electronic/Dance Album, and much of this acclaim was due to Redfoo’s insistence on making his music current, energetic, and technically flawless.
When he isn’t busy touring with LMFAO or lighting up a club somewhere with his Party Rock DJ set, Redfoo is guaranteed to be found in the studio, perfecting a new track for LMFAO’s upcoming album “Sorry For Party Rocking.” Redfoo’s enthusiasm for making his music perfect is so on point that he has a studio attached to his home in Hollywood, so that he can work on his beats 24/7. This dedication has resulted in collaborations with some of the industry’s best, including David Guetta, the Black Eyed Peas, Lil Jon, and Pitbull. Redfoo has also produced unbelievable remixes, such as Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown,” and Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold.”
There’s proof of the international love for his music in that it’s been featured in worldwide television markets, ranging from MTV to Showtime. Redfoo brings all these hit releases, collaborations, and remixes together with the hottest new tracks in house and pop music to incite the greatest dance party imaginable at his DJ sets.