Fabolous Talks Collab EP With Jadakiss, 15th Anniversary Of ‘Ghetto Fabolous,’ Groupies, 9/11, Jay-Z + More

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Fabolous stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss the 15th year anniversary of his debut album Ghetto Fabolous. Music has changed a lot over the past 15 years but Fab consistently puts out quality projects whether they be albums or mixtapes. He also went on to discuss how music videos used to push songs over the top, he thinks that today kids just listen to the song on YouTube and don’t really pay attention to the video.

Watch the interview below to learn all about Fab’s debut album, what he’s up to now and the following topics.
– Envy sold his first beat on Fab’s album and he put him on tour with him.
– Fab used to rap in Envy’s basement.
– How groupies have changed in the past 15 years.
– Debut album was released on 9/11.
– Jay Z moved up Blueprint to be released the same day as him.
– Why did they pick “Can’t Deny It” with Nate Dogg as the first Single?
– What was his favorite video that he’s ever done?
– Mixtapes were a platform for artists to do freestyles on DJ’s albums. Now they are just like albums.
– Why hasn’t Fab been a “bigger” artist?
– His son is too cool, seems to get his demeanor from him.
– “Make Me Better” was Jay Z’s record and he gave it to Fab.
– Why did he choose to stay with DJ Clue when he left Interscope?
– Social media has helped him a lot with his career.
– Not having hip hop beef over the years.
– Is planning to finally release an EP with Jadakiss.
– Watches a lot of movies and TV shows, he just doesn’t catch it when it’s first on.
– He’s half Dominican but was raised black so he’s not in tune with the culture.