Don't Let Me Fall

Album: B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray (2010)
Charted: 67
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  • This laid back Hip-Hop track by Bobby Ray, aka B.o.B, is the fourth single from his debut album, B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray. The track involves B.o.B multi-tasking as he sings, raps, and produces the tune.
  • It is not surprising that some reviewers have commented that this piano-laden cut reminds them of Coldplay, as Bobby Ray disclosed in a video interview with that the British band's A Rush of Blood to the Head is an album he can't live without.
  • The song's video was directed by Ethan Lander, who also manned the lens for B.o.B's "Nothin' on You," and was shot in downtown Denver and at Red Rocks Park and Ampitheatre. The clip shows footage from B.o.B's early days and features various supporters, from manager TJ Chapman to T.I., who executive-produced B.o.B's debut album.


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