News: Fabolous Closes In On "Loso's Way" Release Date, "This Is Motion Picture Sh*t"
Sunday, Feb 22, 2009 5:33PM
Fabolous has narrowed down a release date for his movie-themed solo project Loso's Way, which will also be accompanied by a short film based on the album.
Along with finalizing a drop date, Fab also explained why he appreciates the anticipation and having fans wait for his project to hit stores.
"April, Loso's Way, late April," he said in an interview. "I'm about to get on Twitter...I got a site coming, it's called MyFabolousLife.com...Late April, if not, the very last week of April, then the first week of May. The waiting is good 'cause that means they want something. There's a lot of n*ggas they ain't waitin' for, they just coming...I'm one of the dudes that I feel like they waitin' for me to come and it's good. I can come out in two years...End of April, top of May, I swear to God. I'm having a meeting about the mini-movie tonight. The mini-movie is gonna be like, an hour long to set the album up....This is motion picture sh*t." (Best of Both Offices)
In addition to release dates, the Brooklyn, New York-bred emcee recently revealed a few cuts from the upcoming album.
Fab has a track called "Stay," dedicated to his one year-old son. It features Marsha Ambrosius of Floetry. "[The-Dream] got a record on the album, too," Fab said in an interview. "We got a joint called 'Throw It In The Bag.' Disgustin'. This is like the ladies anthem for like, times ten. It's like 'Whatever You Like' on steroids. Just throw it in the bag, like, what price tag?" (MTV News)
The "Make Me Better" hitmaker previously spoke with SOHH about the album's inspiration from Al Pacino's character in Carlito's Way.
"I think we had some similarities," Fab said. "Carlito was a street dude trying to make the transition from the streets to something better. That's where I felt like I was at in my point in my life of becoming a hip-hop artist and making that transition from the streets to a hip-hip artist." (SOHH)
Fab has also hinted at a few producers he's worked with for his fifth album.
"I went down to Atlanta and got with a couple people," he said. in an interview. "I went with Jermaine Dupri. I got with [DJ] Toomp. Jim Johnson." (Real Talk NY)