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On Christmas day of 2014, Fabolous released his most recent album “The Young OG Project” to much fan fare. As he previously stated, the album pulled most of its inspiration from classic songs from the 1990s. Since then, Fab has gone on to release a few visuals, all of which somewhat re-created popular 90s films. With all of that said, one of the standout cuts from the project, “Gone For The Winter,” which features artist/producer Velous, the man behind Kanye West‘s “All Day,” had not received the visual treatment. Today, Fabolous unveils the clip, which is a recreation of the classic 1992 film “Juice,” which starred Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps. Directed by Gerard Victor, the visual is definitely one of the standout clips released thus far in 2015.
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Damm, I swear sports and music are so synonomus, ’cause we wanna be them, and they wanna be us. -Drake
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5. Iman Shumpert
From what we’ve already seen so far, he has to be on the list. Shumpert is currently dating Teyana Taylor, so the music that she makes seems to be having some down effect on his rapping skills. Shumpert goes in on this Chiraq remix and, it’s pretty bad.
Fabolous has been doing “Awwright” lately. Fresh off his Summer Jam domination, Loso follows up with an interpretation of Kendrick Lamar‘s To Pimp A Butterfly stand-out track, which was originally produced for Fab last year. In the video above, we finally have the full-length version of the Pharrell Williams and Sounwave-produced joint, just in time for the weekend.
-Def Soul (@DefSoulNJ)
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Fab gets it in on the illustrious Wu-Tang track.
Ewing Athletics latest collaboration features Packer Shoes along with NY Natives Fabolous and Teyana Taylor for the Ewing 33 Hi “Aloysius” Fame & War Collection
If you’re an old school New York Knick or Patrick Ewing fan you be may be familiar with the name “Aloysius”. Aloysius is the middle name of the retired Hall of Fame NBA player Patrick Ewing. The fame and war theme is derived from the original translation of Ewing’s middle name. This package includes two different pairs of sneakers in different color-ways.
The “fame” pair designed by Teyana Taylor features a gold base, black accents, and a translucent gum outsole with gold flakes. They also include an Empire State Building logo on the tongue, gold plates on the back with “NYC” on the left shoe and “33”on the right, along with lace locks with “VII” written on them (the name of Teyana Taylor’s last album).
The “war” pair designed by Fabolous features a black full grain leather base, a woven red and green ankle strap and gold across the buckle, tongue, and heel along with a gold accent. This shoe features a “Ewing Defense Regimen” logo on the tongue, gold plates on the back with “NYC” on the left shoe and “33”on the right, along with lace locks with “OG” written on them (a reminder of the Young OG moniker Fabolous has been going by lately).
The sneakers were available for purchase exclusively at S.O.B.’s in NYC on Thursday, March 26th . Both color-ways will be available for purchase with a limit of one pair per color-way, per customer and they will both retail for $150. These sneakers will only be available in men’s sizes 5- 15. Limited edition lace locks will be given to those who purchased their sneakers a S.O.B.’s. Good luck on trying to get these limited edition kicks!
“To Many Swag Rappers Not enough Rhymes” Fabolous keeps his #FridayNightFreestyles series funky with his latest release “Take It Easy Freestyle.” Take a listen to to the freestyle above and give us your thoughts below.
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Christmas came a little early this year. Fabolous sampled Dr. Dre’s B****** Ain’t S*** on a freestyle that was released yesterday.
Lately Fabolous has been on his 90s flow. From his gear all the way down to his latest work the Young OG Project. Now he used the classic 1992 song to talk less about females and show off his sick wordplay.
Does the 37 year old Brooklyn vet still have it? Listen and see.
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