Falling in Reverse Premiere New Music Video for Cover of “Gangsta’s Paradise,” Featuring Cameo by Coolio

falling in reverse 2013Falling in Reverse have premiered the music video for their cover of “Gangsta’s Paradise” (originally performed by Coolio). The track is featured on Punk Goes 90s Vol. 2, which is available now at Best Buy and iTunes. See the full track list under the video.

Filmed by director Dan Centrone, the video features an appearance from Coolio, and pays homage to the original “Gangsta’s Paradise” music video.


1. Get Scared “My Own Worst Enemy” (originally performed by Lit)
2. Memphis May Fire “Interstate Love Song” (originally performed by Stone Temple Pilots)
3. Asking Alexandria “Closer” (originally performed by Nine Inch Nails)
4. The Color Morale “Everlong” (originally performed by Foo Fighters)
5. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! “All Star” (originally performed by Smash Mouth)
6. Mayday Parade “Comedown” (originally performed by Bush)
7. Motionless In White “Du Hast” (originally performed by Rammstein)
8. Yellowcard “Today” (originally performed by Smashing Pumpkins)
9. Hands Like Houses “Torn” (originally performed by Natalie Imbruglia)
10. The Ghost Inside “Southtown” (originally performed by P.O.D)
11. Falling In Reverse “Gangsta’s Paradise” (originally performed by Coolio)
12. ICE NINE KILLS “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” (originally performed by Green Day)


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  • Morgan McGuire

    It’s official. I’ve lost all respect for Revolver. All of it.

    • cpt howdy

      if you don’t like rap then GTFO. it’s all in fun and I don’t even like falling in reverse

      • Morgan McGuire

        Have no problem with rap. I have a huge problem with a magazine that doesn’t have interesting content anymore.

  • baconweiser

    Ok, well that certainly sucked. Like A Storm does a much better and much heavier version on their new album. It puts this piece of shit version to shame.