Here’s the latest track “Girls on the Dance Floor” that Far East Movement has released from their upcoming album “Animal”. The song just premiered on Power 106 this week. On the Far East Movement blog, Girls on the Dance Floor “goes out to all my ladies that have to put they drink down and have they’re homegirl hold they’re purse while they GET DOWN. Certified club banger.” The group had their launch party online last week.
For “Girls on the Dance Floor”, Far East Movement collaborated with the Stereotypes, who did singles with Ne-Yo, Mary J Blige, and Danity Kane’s “Damaged”. Along with Stereotypes, Brevi and Bruno Mars also contributed to the track. (You can see some behind the scene footage below.)
You can pick up Girls on the Dance Floor at or on Amazon.
Girls on the Dance Floor by Far East Movement
Girls on the Dance Floor (Behind the scenes)