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New Videos: B.o.B's 'Don't Let Me Fall' and Soulja Boy's 'Mean Mug'

November 17, 2010 (9:29 am) GMT
While B.o.B tries his best not to fall from the place he's settled in, Soulja Boy and 50 Cent are carefree as they rap to the camera.
New Videos: B.o.B's 'Don't Let Me Fall' and Soulja Boy's 'Mean Mug'

has his world upside down in a music video for "Don't Let Me Fall". While crooning about his meteoric fame which apparently led him to enjoying rollercoaster experiences, he tries hard to stay where he is now. In one scene, he is seen grabbing a parking meter with both hands while lying on the sidewalk.

Almost at the same time, a music video from makes its way out as well. Promoting his new music "Mean Mug", it features the young rapper sharing screen with . The clip is filled with footage of the two MCs rapping their rhymes to the camera without any specific storyline. Soulja is shirtless in some scenes, while Fiddy covers his face with white clothes. It seems that they recreate image from the November issue of XXL Mag's cover.

"Don't Let Me Fall" appears in B.o.B's critically-acclaimed debut album "". As for "Mean Mug", it is listed among new materials in Soulja Boy's forthcoming album "" which is due November 30 in the country.

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