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Album: Fall for Your Type (feat. Drake) - Single

Artist: Jamie Foxx

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 J Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Fall for Your Type (feat. Drake) - Single By Artist Jamie Foxx

Title Artist Time
Fall for Your Type (feat. Drak Jamie Foxx 4:31 USD 1.29

Reviews For Fall for Your Type (feat. Drake) - Single By Artist Jamie Foxx

  • Amazing songs

    Slow, nice and well put together
  • Best song!:D

    By Alexmtz822
    I love this song^.<3
  • Different version

    By EJ10014
    This songs good but not with Jamie foxx, drake made another version of this song called same mistake and it's 100 times better go look it up
  • Ok.

    By S. JAY
    This song has feeling, however Jamie Foxx's voice doesn't suit this beat. Another version of this song "Same Mistakes" is the exact same song, sung only by Drake however. His melodious voice is better than Jamie's in this case.
  • Hot

    By Byrd81
    Jamie killed on this track. Hot Hot
  • Badd

    By dvsway
    Worst song i eva heard
  • Umm

    By Rggirl3105
    Drake sings it better they should put da drake fall for your type on ITUNES i dnt like da way jammie fox sings it
  • LOVE!

    By Maldita_Pata
    I fell for this song today. Love the old school slow jam sound. R&B needed this. Thank you, Jamie and Drake.
  • awesome

    By loserboii
    this song is so cool and flows perfect
  • In Love

    By HoneyV
    I fall in love over and over to this song! Love it!!!

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