The On The Floor/Awl Eyes On Me single by Lil Mo was released as a digital single to iTunes in 2011. This was one of her hottest singles of 2011. Her entire single has that bounce and Baltimore go-go dance sound to it with usage of the new school soul. For example, she uses auto tune throughout the entire single.
On The Floor has that Baltimore go-go dance sound to it with usage of the new school soul. On The Floor is dedicated to ladies up in the club. The beats are quite hyphy. One can wonder if Lil Mo or the producer was influenced by the Bay Area hyphy sound when it came to music production. Lil Mo’s lyrics and ad-libbing is super superb. Fatman Scoop does his usual annoying chanting in the background which ruins the whole song of course. But that’s what he does best and what he is internationally know for. Take Missy Elliott – Loose Control (feat. Batman Scoop and Ciara) for instance.
On The Floor is an ode to ladies in the club and to the dancers outside. Dancers will love dancing to the track as the bpm is perfect for such dancing to. On The Floor is a song that makes you want to move and groove. The go-go dance sound from Baltimore is perfect for this track.
Lil Mo showed her more intimate feminine side on the steamy modern Awl Eyes On Me. Lil Mo sings about how she wants her man’s focus and attention aimed towards her in a sensual manner. That’s why they text each other back and forth on Twitter all night. The song is dedicated to ladies wanting all of their man’s focus and attention aimed towards them.
Awl Eyes On Me has that Baltimore go-go bounce sound to it with usage of the new school soul such as auto tune. Lil Mo used auto tune in a heavy manner as she did with On The Floor and Love Song.
I rate this single 5/5*****!!