Back in ’09, Fab was set to premiere his reality show based on his new-found fatherhood. But for some reason, the show never aired. Here, he explains the reasoning for the delay.
At 9:30 am on June 21st, 2010, Fabolous along with the After School All Stars rang the opening bell at NASDAQ stock exchange. Continuing our conversation, Fab comments on setting off the day trading and working with inner city youth.
Last September, Fabolous said he was approached by the staff at Twitter to contribute to a coffee table book based on his Trending Topics. After seven months of thinking it over, Fab speaks on his potential move to publishing. Retweet that.
We’re a week away from the release of Fabolous’ latest street offering, the S.O.U.L. Tape. Yesterday, in a secret room at the New York branch of Phillipe Chow, he spoke to the Double R on the project and how he reinvented the remix. Time to pass the baton, Puff. More footage on the way.
Loso premiered his new remix with Ne-Yo and R-Les in 10 different cities tonight at 7 pm. Here’s the radio rip moments ago by DJ Clue. The saga continues, so look for the CDQ in a few. dunnyy UPDATE: CDQ
As we patiently wait for the arrival of “Look At Her (Killin’ Em Part 2)”, here is footage of Loso, Ne-Yo and R.Les in the studio working on the track. Niceee—so far.
Earlier this year, Loso said he was releasing a hip-hop soul inspired mixtape. Well, the time has come and the project tape will drop on April 21st. Above is the official artwork for the project. mix feed