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Music Video: Fallin'

Artisit: K. Michelle

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:34

  • Copyright: K. Michelle

Music Video For Fallin' By Artist K. Michelle

Reviews For Fallin' By Artist K. Michelle


    By sweetmamatd
  • Wonderful!!!!

    By PreachPate
    K. Michelle ( Kimberly Pate ) is my 1st cousin & I'm so proud of her & all of her accomplishments!!!! Kim, keep up the good work, yu are on your way to the top, stay focused & shake the haters off!!!!!!!!!!! Your family is estatic & proud of yu so babygirl du you!!
  • Thank ya Jesus!!

    By JusticeDelore
    Im glad she finally came out wit a video she's a great singer search up 'Fakin it' wit Missy Elliot
  • Beyonce's clone

    By Stardust91
    Her voice sounds just like Beyonce and the beat kinda reminded too much of that song called Poison and the bass has the same of Why Don't You Love Me it dosen't remind of K. Michelle and Beyonce know each other.

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