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

Artist: Jamie Foxx

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • 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
1
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

  • love this song

    5
    By DasWuzZup
    Jamie just gets it.
  • awesome

    4
    By Brian Kearins
    This song is amazing!!!!! Jamie foxx and drake killed it!! Dueces
  • Original

    2
    By Greaaaat!
    Listen to the original on you tube with just drake, way better then this twisted piece of carp
  • ~*!WOW!*~

    5
    By RR BOSSLADY
    This song speaks word for word about the drama that was acuring in my life!!! CRAZY!!
  • wasn't this drake's song?

    2
    By Hermzzzzzzzzz
    I thought it was better without Jameie Foxx. Drake killed it in the original version. His lyrics are so deep, and his singing voice. woot wooot. don't play. drizzy drake. Jamie foxx were you come from i searched this song one day and it was just drake and i feel in love with it, now it's you on the singing part, nah bro this is Drake's song just sayin!
  • i dk

    4
    By SadieLady88
    i like the lyrics i've had this song for a year and it was just drake and i love it i dk i think i juet have to get use to it
  • Rhythm & Blues...

    5
    By SneakerBox Chock
    This record reminds me of an older R&B record where the emotion of being in love was always present.
  • DRIZZY DRAKE!!!!

    5
    By LastKingRising
    man finally this song comes out! been waitin for like 2 years and all i ever get is samples and the real thing comes on drake kills it, he kills anything look out for him next march for his sophomore album its gonna kill!
  • The Best Yet!!!!

    5
    By kells88
    Omg, How lucky am I to stumble across this song!!! I love this song to death. This is absolutely the best yet from Jamie. I can't wait untill the cd drops.Yeah to me for being the first to write a comment!!!!!

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