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"I'd say it's healthy -- me and Foo are always competitive," he tells 92.3 NOW/New York. "We always play basketball and ping-pong together and we come from a serious, competitive in an interview family. It's all good, but the most important thing is for the LMFAO fans to understand that me and Foo, separately and together, are LMFAO. So support us both."
Sky Blu premiered the video for his track "Pop Bottles" a few weeks ago on AOL Music and the song details his rockstar lifestyle. Perhaps it's that lifestyle lead to the group's problems.
"When you reach a level of success - and this is real - things happen, man," he said. "Friends change. You get some friends that are there for the moment and then if you hurt your back they're not there no more. But you know, no matter what everywhere we go around the world people know who we are and people want to have a good time and party."
Although the album title for his solo project is yet to be announced, Sky Blu plans to drop the record on July 4th of this year.