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Editors’ Notes

For anybody who dismissed Bay Area favorite Mistah FAB as just another flash-in-the-pan rapper with local Hyphy hits, 2011's exceptional mixtape I Found My Backpack should have changed your mind for good. Switching up his production, he delivered some of his best work to date, silencing any haters who were sick of the whole “ghostride the whip” scene and older heads who longed for that golden-era vibe. On this second edition, he drops another batch of dope hip-hop. It's loaded with soulful beat work and highly personal lyricism that touches on his lifelong love for the culture and the ups and downs of Oakland life. Practically every track on here is a banger, but highlights include the opening memory-lane joint "Bring the Classics Back" (which flips a legendary Geto Boys beat), "Peep the Politics," "Fallin," and "If the Streets Could Talk." Featuring guest spots from Jadakiss, Talib Kweli, and Noreaga, among others, this is arguably one of the year's best albums from one of the game's most impressive emcees.

Customer Reviews

Track 9

Fab, Nickatina, and Grouch all on one track -'nuff said.

Must Buy

Reigning from Oakland, CA, Mistah FAB is one of the most underrated hip-hop artists of this era. Overlooked by many, but respected by true fans, he works to pay homage to the lost generation of hip-hop. If you're looking for an album that brings back memories, with good beats, and great features such as Andre Nickatina, Talib Kweli, Freeway, and Prodigy of Mobb Deep... this is the one to buy.

If only more artists could focus on the grind, struggle, and righteousness of life, rather than the money and fame, then maybe we could actually see change in the game.

Let's face it... the music industry is garbage nowadays, but this album is a step in the right direction! Thanks FAB

Great Album

Fabby's on another level he can still MC not just string one liners together. He tells a story when he rhymes.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

One of the most prominent and colorful figures of the San Francisco Bay Area hyphy movement in the late 2000s -- sometimes hailed as the scene's "crown prince" -- North Oakland-based rapper Mistah F.A.B. presents a somewhat exceptional combination of street credibility, social consciousness, astute introspection, and irrepressible goofiness. Born Stanley P. Cox in 1982 and raised by his mother and grandmother, he stresses the positivity of hyphy's party-happy, irreverent, but inspirational "go dumb"...
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