Fabolous Flows Over a Wu-Tang Classic. It’s Not a Game (Audio)

When presented with a concept, Fabolous never falters. The Brooklyn, New York star follows up his freestyle rendition of Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones, Part 2,” and stays in the mid-1990s zone. Here, he moves from Havoc’s anthem to one of RZA’s finest concoctions, in 1993’s “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F’ Wit.”


Known on his albums for polished, R&B-tinged beats in many places, Fab’ proves that he can throw on the Champion hoodie and not worry about dirt stains, getting playful on this grimy classic instrumental. The Street Fam front man has no problem talkin’ slick, and he does just that, warning all comers that he’s not moving over, not running none of his jewels, and he’s got bars that’ll never ’em battered and bruised.

Like his S.O.U.L. Tape work in recent years, ‘Loso may have a winning promotional formula to keep his name hot, in and out of album season.

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