Fabolous recently visited to The Combat Jack Show to discuss recent ventures and things to lookout for in the future. In the conversation, Fab listed out his influences being Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap and Rakim and the history of his name “Fabolous Sport” being a flip to the Polo Sport brand.
Just Blaze was in the studio as well to discuss the history of how Fabolous earlier career started being under DJ Clue? and the Roc-A-Fella family with even Memphis Bleek rejecting some of the beats which were used as some of Fab’s biggest singles. In the past they’ve collaborated on Ma’ Be Easy, Can’t Let You Go and Breathe. They also speak on the “So NY” record that’s been hot in the streets as a response to Tunechi’s dislike for the city and future collaborations in the works.
With turkey day is nearing two and half weeks from now, we can all lookout for his upcoming mixtape “The S.O.U.L. Tape 2” in case you ain’t know so.