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At first look and listen, you may assume that Redfoo is just a big haired, hard partying, EDM-centric artist with a goofy sense of humor, but he is actually a musical superhero. Leveraging his penchant for music production, Redfoo channeled his creative into song and dance, realizing that it was one of the most powerful platforms for self-expression. From crafting his own name to his equally colorful attire, Redfoo mastered the art of embracing individuality and now empowers his fans do the same. This authenticity of character has played a huge role in Redfoo’s rise to superstardom. Born into the legendary world of Motown music as Stefan Kendal Gordy, Redfoo’s earliest exposure to music and business was based on a collaborative family spirit, feel good dance anthems and a meticulous method to music making. A music legend in the making himself, Redfoo found his own sound and partnered with nephew Sky Blu to form the electro-pop dance duo LMFAO.

 Redfoo released his latest party anthem, “Lights Out” as an instant grat track, available immediately with the pre-order of his debut solo album Party Rock Mansion, set for release March 18. With its catchy vocals and subsequent dance breakdown, this upbeat love song, premiering this week on Fuse, is a must on your playlist! Party Rock Mansion will be on the global superstar’s own Party Rock Records, distributed worldwide by Warner Music Group’s ADA. “Lights Out” is available now. 

Check out the premiere of “Lights Out” on Fuse, here.
PRE-ORDER LINKS HERE:
Explicit: iTunes / Apple Music / Amazon
Clean: iTunes / Apple Music / Amazon

Redfoo, the creative force behind electronic pop-rock duo LMFAO, delivers a debut album that redefines the possibilities of pop music, creating unique harmonies that will put your body to work. PARTY ROCK MANSION includes his wild 50s rock/EDM infused Juicy Wiggle, which has racked up over 22.7 million YouTube views, and which Redfoo performs appearing as himself, in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip. In addition, Redfoo shows his sensitive side with “Where the Sun Goes (ft. Stevie Wonder)” which Rolling Stone called “a silky-smooth dance funk groover,” and he rocks it with “New Thang,” the video for which has been viewed an astounding 185 million times.

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