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Brooklyn rapper Fabolous is much more than a rapper. The hip-hop veteran flexed some major appreciation for his peers T.I., The LOX and The-Dream.

This past weekend, Fab went to Instagram to co-sign the trio’s set of recent music releases.

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Recently, Fab reacted to NBA superstar LeBron James co-signing his Ghetto Fabolous debut album.

My brother @kingjames rocking to that Ghetto Fabolous album from 2001 on Thanksgiving via Snapchat..

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A few months ago, Fab reflected on his album’s 15-year anniversary release.

My baby.. 15 years ago today my 1st album released on Sept. 11th 2001.. A 23 yr old kid from Breevoort Projects in the Bed Stuy section in Brooklyn, NY got a chance… I didn't know much about making a album but I did know I had a opportunity to change me, my family & friends lives. Ghetto Fabolous sold over a million records & was my 1st Platinum album but what made it special to me was the grind, the industry innocence, the learning process, & the fans who came along on the journey with me from the Clue mixtapes to Ghetto Fabolous. Thank You to @djclue, @duroceo, Skane & Desert Storm. Thank You to Sylvia Rhone & Elektra Records. Thank You to all the Producers & Features. & most important Thank You to all the fans who was down & stayed down!! #Happy15thAnniversary #GhettoFabolousTurns15 #GhettoFabolous

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The rapper’s former mentor DJ Clue also talked about the album’s significance on his own career.

Pay Attention #GhettoFabolousTurns15

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