The iconic electronic pop duo basically catered the soundtrack to every house party and campus event. Like, if "Party Rock Anthem" didn't play at least thrice, something was seriously off. And if you, too, look back on the pop duo with too many fond memories to count, you may be wondering, "what happened to LMFAO? LMFAO consisted of year-old Redfoo and year-old Skyblu, an uncle-nephew duo that had been working on music together for about five or six years , according to Digital Spy. They performed the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Madonna, so let's be real, they were living the dream. But a few short months later, they decided to go their separate ways, and work on other things. Avid fans like myself were banking on at least three more hits from them, but they were simply tired of maintaining the act. That's right — Redfoo went on the X-Factor Australia and then made some music out there.
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But then, tragedy stuck. The uncle-and-nephew duo decided to go on an indefinite hiatus, and six years later they still haven't reunited. Read on to find out!
They made two iconic hits together. Then, LMFAO parted ways. But what happened to them?
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. At one point, though, it seemed the excess partying took a toll on the group, who surprisingly announced their hiatus in It's hard to find a party playlist go-to that can pump up a crowd as quickly as "Champagne Showers. You might recognize this skittering beat and puckish chorus from the opening theme of the drama-filled MTV reality series Jersey Shore. LMFAO brings on beatsmith will.
LMFAO took over the world with their brand of silly but fun dance-pop blowouts, which had everyone from your 3-year-old nephew to your year-old grandma shufflin'. In short, they were loud, brash and infectious. We imagine there are still many people out there who consider them a secret guilty pleasure. But after two ginormous hits, their final release and title track from their album Sorry For Party Rocking completely stalled on the chart. It seemed the public didn't want these two larger-than-life party monsters being apologetic.