Fabolous Takes On Another Nas Classic And Smashes It (Audio)

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After rhyming over It Was Written‘s “Black Girl Lost,” Fabolous re-ups his 90s freestyles series with another Nas classic. This time, he takes on the Pete Rock-produced Illmatic staple, “The World Is Yours.” Updating the track with up to the minute references like Derrick Rose’s now infamous stoic pose (as shown in the artwork below) after his recent game-winner against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Loso still maintains Nas’ cadence throughout the song.

As this freestyle series has progressed, Fab has gone to the well twice with both Nas tracks and those of Mobb Deep. He’s also tapped classics by Wu-Tang Clan, The LOX and more, and shows no signs of slowing. Check it out.

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