Sky Blu (rapper)

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8ky in 2011
Born Skyler Austen Gordy
(1986-08-23) August 23, 1986 (age 30)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Sky Blu, Sky, SkysNuts
Occupation Rapper, singer, record producer, DJ, dancer
Years active 2006–present
Relatives Redfoo (uncle)
more relatives: Gordy family

Skyler Austen Gordy, (born August 23, 1986)[1] better known by his stage name Sky Blu (written 8ky 6lu),[2] is an American rapper, singer, record producer, DJ and dancer best known as one half of the musical duo LMFAO, along with his paternal uncle Redfoo. They have two albums together,[3] 2009's Party Rock and 2011's Sorry for Party Rocking. Gordy is the grandson of Motown founder Berry Gordy. He is the son of Berry Gordy IV and Valerie Robeson. He is the brother of Mahogany Cheyenne Gordy aka Mahogany Lox who is a DJ and singer (born October 5, 1994).


In 2007, Sky Blu teamed up with his uncle Redfoo to form LMFAO. They are known for their hit songs "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It," which were released in 2011. "Party Rock Anthem" became the most successful song of their entire career, peaking at number one in over ten countries, including France, the UK, the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland, and Australia. LMFAO is currently on a hiatus that started in September 2012. In 2010, Sky Blu created Big Bad University ("the first university for dreamers"), a collective of artists, which is mainly composed of the rapper Shwayze, the ex-Paradiso Girls member Chelsea Korka and the producer, singer and songwriter Mark Rosas. In 2013, Sky released his two first singles: "Pop Bottles" in January with Mark Rosas, and "Salud" in April with his manager Reek Rude, Sensato and the actor Wilmer Valderrama. A few months later, on July 4, he released his 9-track first album Rebel Music as a free download. In January 2014, Sky Blu introduced to the world his alter ego The Party President, with his single "Go On Girl". On December 14, Sky Blu was invited to the Miss World ceremony to perform his single "We Love Girls" with KG Superstar which was released the next month on iTunes.

Studio Albums[edit]

  • Rebel Music (2013)
  • Fxck Yeah: Chaos to Consciousness (2016)

As LMFAO[edit]

As W.E.E.D.[edit]

  • We Evolve Every Day (2012)


As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
CAN US Dance
"Pop Bottles"
(featuring Mark Rosas)
2013 87 25 Rebel Music
(featuring Reek Rude, Sensato and Wilmer Valderrama)
"Go On Girl" 2014 Non-album singles
"We Love Girls"
(featuring KG Superstar)
"Fxck Yeah" Fxck Yeah: Chaos to Consciousness
(with Sensato)
2016 Anunnaki (TBA)
"Figure It Out"
(with Sensato)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

  • Drunk Off Your Love - Shwayze and Cisco featuring Sky Blu
  • I Need A Girl - BLAC featuring Sky Blu
  • Uh Oh (Came Here To Party) - Leaf featuring Sky Blu
  • Tonight (Hyper Crush Remix) - Enrique Iglesias featuring Hyper Crush and Sky Blu
  • All Of The Time - Mark Rosas featuring Sky Blu and Shwayze
  • Small Potatoes - Mark Rosas featuring Sky Blu and Shwayze
  • Alcohol (Remix) - The Cataracs featuring Sky Blu
  • Bolt - Shwayze featuring Sky Blu
  • Perfect Gentleman - Shwayze featuring Sky Blu
  • Maldito Jumo - Juan Magan featuring Sky Blu, Sensato, Victor Magan and Reek Rude

As producer[edit]

  • #SEXSONG - Big Bad
  • Boom - Mahogany Lox


Music video appearances[edit]

  • Love Is Overrated - Shwayze
  • Reaction - Mark Rosas featuring Chelsea Korka
  • Boom - Mahogany Lox


  1. ^ "Sky Blu Facebook Page". 
  2. ^ The Times of India. "American rapper Sky Blu aka LMFAO performs -". Retrieved 2014-04-30. 
  3. ^ Roberts, Randall (13 January 2012). "Critic's Notebook: LMFAO's brand of party rock uniquely American". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 25 August 2012. 

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