Feel It

Album: Laws of Power (2009)
Charted: 78


  • This techno-flavored number is the first single from Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia's tenth studio album, Laws of Power.
  • The song features Flo Rida, Sean Kingston and Tiësto, who also produced the track. Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J told Artist Direct: "We just went into the studio and did it. Tiësto made the track, and we recorded our parts. Sean Kingston came in on the record, and it's banging. It's heating up, man. Flo Rida's on it too. It's one of those records that when it comes on you're like, "Holy s--t!" We've got a lot of different fans. We've got a pop fan base and we've got our original fan base, so we tried to please everybody on this new album. The record is for original Three 6 Mafia fans, and we've got other kinds of songs on there for people that like the pop stuff. We've got a huge following."
  • The music video was shot on October 9, 2009 in The Bank club at Bellagio in Las Vegas. The clip has attracted over 10 million views online.
  • Tiesto told MTV News about the collaboration: "It was an amazing experience to work with those guys," he recalled. "I just made in the studio a little beat, a little melody. I never really developed it. And they went to the studios and they were all sitting right next to each other - Three 6 Mafia, Sean Kingston and Flo Rida - and the whole collaboration comes together. It's phenomenal how something so underground can become so big."


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