Fabolous talks about his new album “Loso’s Way 2: Rise to Power,” collaborations with Trey Songz, 2 Chainz, and Future, and his veteran status in the game. Plus, he reveals a new release date for the project.
When I started I had trouble picking a rap name bcuz My hood nickname didnt seem like a “rapper name” & my 1st initial which i used alot couldnt work bcuz of another well known “Jay” from Brooklyn. Bcuz of my wordplay, my moniker was “The Fabolous Vocabulist”.. I met DJ Clue at Hot 97 & spit for him. In the rap, the moniker was dropped. From there he went on to call me Fabolous & also Fabolous Sport. (Sport was my hood nickname) It gained popularity quick while I sat back & watched a mistake become my name. So today I look at the irony of taking a mistake and making it look correct. Moral of the story is every mistake, somethin can be taken from it, learned from it or made from it. My mistake made me FABOLOUS
Cassie and Fabolous shot a video for their track, “I Love It,” off of Cassie’s, “RockaByeBaby,” mixtape. Stay tuned for the video and Loso’s Way II is coming soon!
The Dream will be dropping his new album, “IV Play,” May 28th.
Lamborghini is celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a concept that is equal parts hypercar, fighter jet, and Japanese mech. Designed by Walter de Silva, head of design for Volkswagen, the car is definitely the best (and most extreme) interpretation of the Lamborghini design language. Inspired by the Apache Helicopter, the car is powered by a 5.2L V10 that produces 600 hp and much like a fighter jet, the car has a single seat cockpit which is made from aluminum and carbon fiber.