New York rapper Fabolous knows the importance of his 2001 Ghetto Fabolous debut album is more than record sales. The hip-hop stud has acknowledged his standout song “Can’t Deny It” brought together East Coast and West Coast culture.
Last night, Fab went to Instagram with a throwback pic of himself and late California rapper Nate Dogg.
In March, Fab called late hip-hop icon Notorious B.I.G.‘s Life After Death his favorite rap album.
Over the past few weeks, Loso has co-signed a slew of new regional albums from Rick Ross, Raekwon and Trey Songz.
Recently, Fab paid some major homage to Notorious B.I.G. and longtime pal Jay Z.