Flo Rida told ABC Radio
he's not rapping about his actual home. "Wherever I'm at, it's my house. I'm taking advantage of it, you know, [as] opposed to just it being literally my house," he explained. "I feel like everywhere I go, you know... I'm the life of the party."
Instead it was the house of a certain legendary crooner that helped inspire the hit. "We actually recorded this record at Frank Sinatra's old house, which is [my producer] Max Martin's studio," Flo said. "So I think just being there gave us that energy, that vibe."