Jon Connor ft. Pill - Don’t Fall In Love With A B*tch (Remix)

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Rob "Reef" Tewlow
Album:
Salvation

Press play. Rotate your thumb clockwise to turn up the volume on your iPod. Nod your head. These are the actions I completed when this track landed in my email. After releasing his debut album Salvation this summer, Jon Connor recruits Pill for the remix to album standout, Don’t Fall In Love With A B**ch . Connor and Pill discuss every man’s occasional downfall; finding that one girl you fall in love with that you really shouldn’t have fallen in love with. Seems like common sense, but it constantly keeps popping up as man’s demise. It truly is one of life’s Catch 22 situations. Produced by Rob “Reef” Tewlow, who also produced the entire Salvation album, DFILWAB offers a scratchy Southern-influenced beat over which Connor and Pill give advice to the listener about, well, exactly what the title suggests. So listen up, take notes, and whatever you do, Don’t Fall In Love With A ….

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