Pop Bottles

Album: Rebel Music (2013)
  • The debut solo single by LMFAO's Sky Blu is a collaboration with his protégé, producer and songwriter Mark Rosas. The song was inspired by the crazy lifestyle of traveling during his tour with his Big Bad University collective of artists and songwriters. "'Pop Bottles' is a song that we made the day we came back from the first Big Bad University tour in South America," Sky Blu told AOL Music. "It's inspired by all the crazy things we experienced around the world. The live video reflects our lifestyle which is anything but ordinary - every day is another story to tell when you follow your dreams."
  • The song details SkyBlu's rising fame. He explained to told 92.3 NOW/New York: "When you reach a level of success - and this is real - things happen, man. Friends change. You get some friends that are there for the moment and then if you hurt your back they're not there no more. But you know, no matter what everywhere we go around the world people know who we are and people want to have a good time and party."

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