Fabolous drops a brand new video from his 'The Soul Tape 3′ project he released in December. This new single 'Thim Slick' clip featuring R&B singer Jeremih also features a cameo from R&B singer/songwriter Teyana Taylor. The video serves as one of a few visual appetizers to the Brooklyn emcee's upcoming album 'Loso's Way 2: Rise To Power'.
Fabolous drops his new video "Thim Slick' featuring Jeremih.The song is off Fab's 'Soul Tape 3' mixtape. The black and white visual is filled with pretty woman with curvaceous bodies moving in and...
I didn't bother to watch the 56th Annual Grammy Awards last night as I was more inclined to give the NFL's newly revamped Pro Bowl a chance before I eventually fell asleep on it in the 3rd quarter. When I started my day this morning I saw angry people on social media who were upset about Seattle rapper Macklemore's 4 Grammy wins last night. Although I was rooting for artists like Kendrick Lamar who create music that appeals more to me, I wasn't mad or surprised Macklemore won a few Grammys. My youngest nieces loved his 'Thrift Store' song early on & I noticed that he appealed to more people independently of what was going on in rap music in general. When I watched ESPN First Take this morning, Brooklyn emcee Fabolous shared a similar sentiment when asked his opinion on Macklemore's Grammy wins. I agree with Macklemore's post Grammy statements in the media though.....Kendrick SHOULD have won the Grammy for 'Best Rap Album', but it is what it is. More video from Fabolous's appearance on ESPN's First Take after the jump....
THE SOUL TAPE 3 REVIEW
Fabolous - The Soul Tape 3
Fabolous continues with his 'Soul Tape' series. In the 3rd installment, Los address dead beat dad's "He pop Rozay in the club, but won't bring a baby bottle through". The mixtape features Stacy...
Fabolous has started the tradition of giving his listeners some music every year on Christmas. Here is his latest installment of his Soul Tape series, Soul Tape 3.
I'm a huge fan of Fabolous, however this past Soul Tape 2 did not capture the same fury as he did in Soul Tape 1. Hopefully Louso continues this tradition of releasing a mixtape for the streets during this winter season. What do you think of the cover art?