Charles Reed ft. Ace Hood - Fallin’ (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Super Stars
Album:
Jus'ntyme

On his current single Fallin’, singer Charles Reed plays the role of a playa that planned a one-night stand, but fell in love instead.  On a brand new remix, the beat (courtesy of The Super Stars) and the lyrics both stay in place, but a guest rapper who can easily relate has hopped on board.  Apparently going through a similar experience, DJ Khaled protégé Ace Hood spits an abundance of similes about the ways his lady have changed his life.  Both versions of Fallin’ express the same simple truth: playas have feelings, too.  After all, there was a time when a certain newlywed rapper once said “Me give my heart to a woman?  Not for nothing, never happen…

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