Fabolous talks about working with Chris Brown and Violetta
on his new music video “Ready.” He also looks back at his 1998 video “So Into You” with Tamia.
Fabolous along with Brooklyn Nets players, Jerry Stackhouse, Keith Bogans, Tyshawn Taylor and Kris Humphries hosted a Sneaker Art competition for children and
adults at Brooklyn’s L.I.U. campus last weekend. Prizes included a signed Deron Williams jersey and Fabolous’ VIP tickets to a Brooklyn Nets Game. This is just one of many events helped put together by Fabolous’ charity foundation, AFabolousWay.
Earlier this year Brooklyn’s own, Fabolous and Red Cafe, embarked on a six city tour in Europe along with DJ Boof, Paul Cain & Streetfam Kev. In part one of the recap video you see the artists perform in, Nantes, France, Basel, Switzerland, Stuttgart, Germany and Luxembourg. Red Cafe’s latest project, “American Psycho,” is currently available for download on Datpiff. While Fabolous latest single, “Ready,” is on Itunes with, “Loso’s Way 2,” on the way. The video was produced by
“My connection with the Nets is strong, being from Brooklyn,” Fabolous said. “And the Nets, they really care about the people in Brooklyn. It’s not just a place to play basketball; it’s about community.” “Brooklyn alone has a lot of pride,” Fabolous said. “That borough. You can say ‘Where Brooklyn at?’ anywhere you are, and at least one person will put their hand in the sky. It happens across the
world. We have something to be proud about. The Nets establishment knows how powerful Brooklyn is and how passionate of a people we are. Brooklyn is more than just a borough. We have a strong presence.”
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