The rapper takes Billboard along to the Brooklyn Museum exhibit of the famed artist and reminisces about his own history as an artist.
They need to drop the whole tape already but he has been hitting on all cylinders with these.
High time to bring this back to the blog. Here we have the gorgeous Qadirah aka Bellaagunz who you may have seen in Fab’s “Lituation” video. Hit the jump to see more of this chocolate beauty who definitely is deserving of being the first to reintroduce our most popular segment of the blog. Spotted at Boxden.
You asked for the Hip Hop community to speak up and they did.
The Game pays tribute to Michael Brown with “Dont Shoot” featuring Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT. It can be purchased on iTunesand proceeds from the song will be going to the Justice for Mike Brown charity.
Favorite joint right now.
Fabolous – Everything, Everyday, Everywhere (ft. Keri Hilson , Ryan Leslie)
The homie Fab is reloading for his inevitable return to the game with two trailers for his next two lead singles. Will Loso have his way this time around?
This is the clip where Leslie pays homage to all the chocolate skin models in the game who apparently can’t get any video burn. The question of the day is, where’s Cassie though? Damn that Diddy.
via Hip Hop DX
Fabolous is back. After a brief hiatus, Loso is ready to go to work. Quietly, he has been gearing up for the next album, one he just explained, will be out by year’s end.
“We’re cookin’ now,” Fab told MTV while standing alongside Swizz Beatz and Ryan Leslie. “You might be looking at two of the producers on that ‘Loso’s Way’ coming this Thanksgiving. We’re letting the world know we’re coming now.”
For now, fans can catch him heating up the collaborative world ads he has been featured as a guest on various tracks alongside Red Cafe, Mariah Carey and more.
“Anybody who knows me know I love to step out to the collabo world. Best verse? That’s a hard one. I go in different lanes. I give it my all wherever I step up.”
With all the love he’s getting for verses, you’d think Los wanted to flow from the jump. However, Loso wasn’t always thinking of holding a mic. He was also thinking of holding art supplies.
“I thought I was going to be an artist. I went to art and design high school. I drew cartoon characters. Then I realized I wasn’t very good, so I turned to music,” he told WENN.
Failed cartoon characters aside, Loso‘s next art project will be released in the form of his new LP, Loso’s Way, set for a Thanksgiving release date.