Never Fallin'

Album: Single Release Only (2009)
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  • Aubrey O'Day, who was formerly a member of the girl group Danity Kane, recorded this song as a buzz track to promote her solo career.
  • This features Los Angeles based MC Roscoe Umali rapping on the track.
  • O'Day told MTV News that she changed the lyrics of the song's chorus to address people who criticize her, adding that she used Twitter to give her fans a say in what she was singing about on the track. She explained: "The haters jumped on, gave their two cents. All the fans jumped on and said 'We love you,' and I took the good and the bad, and I wrote this verse kind of showing everybody what I feel about it, which is I laugh at it."
  • This song samples New Order's 1986 hit "Bizarre Love Triangle." O'Day told MTV that she's a huge fan of the New Order track.


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