Floorfiller

Album: New Arrival (European edition of Pop 'Til You Drop) (2003)

Songfacts®:

  • Dhani Lennevald sings lead on this track, which tells the tale of a visitor to a nightclub speaking with the DJ. He requests a particular song and explains his reason for the popular song. For the video, Dhani plays the role of the visitor requesting the song while Sara, Amit, Marie, and backup dancers play the follow visitors to join in on Dhani’s request. The video was shot in Los Angeles at a club called the Loft. Sara’s appearance was most memorable due to the braids she had for the video. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Margaret - Worcester, MA

Comments: 1

  • Jessica from St.louis, MoReally, i'm the only one to comment. Well anyway awesome song!!!
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