It takes talent to make the struggle to succeed seem effortless, but that is the gift that separates artists like Brooklyn's John Jackson, a.k.a. Fabolous, from the everyday MC. While most rappers spend more and more time convincing the masses of their"hustle,"Fabolous lets his work speak for his effort.
It takes talent to make the struggle to succeed seem effortless, but that is the gift that separates artists like Brooklyn's John Jackson, a.k.a. Fabolous, from the everyday MC. While most rappers spend more and more time convincing the masses of their"hustle,"Fabolous lets his work speak for his effort.
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Format: CD
Label: DEF
Catalog: 816202
Rel. Date: 06/12/2007
UPC: 602517169371

From Nothin' To Somethin '
Artist: Fabolous
Format: CD
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It takes talent to make the struggle to succeed seem effortless, but that is the gift that separates artists like Brooklyn's John Jackson, a.k.a. Fabolous, from the everyday MC. While most rappers spend more and more time convincing the masses of their"hustle,"Fabolous lets his work speak for his effort.

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F-A, B-O-, U-N-L-U-C-K-Y. Okay, it's not as punchy as the Brooklyn MC's preferred spelling, but pretty accurate lately. Despite his ghetto credentials, Fab is one of the last hip-hoppers you'd imagine getting popped in a drive-by'"for God's sake, one of his biggest singles, "Into You," is a duet with Tamia'"but he took one in the leg after leaving a Diddy restaurant last October, pushing this fourth full-length back. "Diamonds on the Damn Chain" is an almost Gold Chains style bling barrage.

 

F-A, B-O-, U-N-L-U-C-K-Y. Okay, it's not as punchy as the Brooklyn MC's preferred spelling, but pretty accurate lately. Despite his ghetto credentials, Fab is one of the last hip-hoppers you'd imagine getting popped in a drive-by'"for God's sake, one of his biggest singles, "Into You," is a duet with Tamia'"but he took one in the leg after leaving a Diddy restaurant last October, pushing this fourth full-length back. "Diamonds on the Damn Chain" is an almost Gold Chains style bling barrage.

 

F-A, B-O-, U-N-L-U-C-K-Y. Despite his ghetto credentials, the Brooklyn MC with the butter flow is the last hip-hopper you'd imagine getting popped in a drive-by, but he took one in the leg after leaving a Diddy restaurant last October, understandably pushing this fourth full-length back.