Flo Rida is releasing a beefy third LP. The double disc, titled 'The Only One' will consist of two sister albums -- 'Only One Flo' and 'Only One Rida.' With guest appearances from Ludacris, Gucci Mane and Lil Wayne, who cameos on 'Fresh Out of State,' the two-disc album will also include his international hit 'Can't Handle Me' with David Guetta, which cracked the Top 20 in the U.S. and reached the top of the charts in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

"By now, I would have put out an album by now, but having the success of not just one album but a second album, which had the lead single 'Right Round,'" he said in an interview with Nfinite Visions, counting Outkast and Guetta as reasons that he gravitates more towards Top 40 pop than straight hip-hop.
"I've basically been inspired by the international success, Flo Rida continues in the video viewable below. "So with that being said, I've accumulated a lot of records to the point where I want to put out a double-disc. I'm the guy who loves to fluctuate and show my ability to be able to cross over with urban as well as pop culture. You'll definitely hear some international inspiration as well as the urban side."
'The Only One' is expected to hit stores by the end of 2010.