Cara Delevingne & Pharrell Williams for Chanel Paris-Salzburg Pre-Fall 2015 ad campaigns photographed by Karl Lagerfeld
Fabolous continues to murder his #FridayNightFreestyles.
Rolling Out: One of the things that has separated you from other rappers is your ability to use wit within your lyrics. Although lyricism appears to be a lost art these days, why is it important for you to hold onto a high standard of lyricism?
Fabolous: I challenge myself not to write the same one-liner hooks. Lyrics have gotten simpler because the listener’s patience has gotten shorter. But sometimes it can just be a catchy line that sticks with people as well. With me, I just try to challenge myself, challenge the listeners a little bit, and express myself in different ways. Even if I’m selling the same story, there are all these different things happening where you could say it in a different way. There are different ways of creating music. So I think that people can explore that and exercise it. Don’t just say, ”all right, we’re going to make a song and just say turn the club up.” There are other ways to say that.
Full Interview: Rolling Out
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