Fabolous’ New Visual Recreates “Juice” and Guess Who’s Bishop? (Video)

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After a series of weekly freestyles, and a comprehensive throwback mixtape alongside DJ Clue, Fabolous is back to work. The Def Jam/Desert Storm MC returns to promoting his The Young O.G. Project.

For “Gone For The Winter,” Fab’ continues a popular trend of honoring 1990s films through contemporary music culture. Quickly, Heads will notice the plot, the fashion and haircuts, and the storyline homage to Juice. Moreover, the song’s blend-tape style employs the same eerie Jazz accents from Nas’ “Represent.” The video then breaks in a different direction altogether…

Are some films sacred to the music video remake?

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