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Loso's Way (Bonus Track Version)

Fabolous

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Album Review

A concept album from a punch line rapper is an unattractive proposition, so it's fortunate that Loso's Way strays off topic even more than Jay-Z's American Gangster. Named after Fabolous' own feature film — made available in a limited-edition version of the album — Loso's Way is inspired by the Al Pacino vehicle Carlito's Way. Past a track named after the character "Pachanga" plus a couple other references within the rhymes, this is actually a standard issue Fabolous album with big singles, plenty of laugh-out-loud lyrics, and the usual redundancy. The first five tracks come at the hip-hop "up and out of the struggle" anthem from five different angles, allowing only the glorious "My Time" ("Soon as I walk in/It feel like me o'clock") and the infectious "Everything, Everyday, Everywhere" to stand out. Redundant on a more micro scale, the latter track stacks money with "Let my chips Pringles up," but just one song later, the worthy single "Throw It in the Bag" is carrying a "Bag full of chips/We ain't talkin' Ruffles." Even if it's just a remix of Jay-Z's "When the Money Goes," "Money Goes, Honey Stay" is outstanding, and when fatherhood is addressed so poignantly on "Stay," it's Fab at his most inspired. While Lil Wayne's guest appearance on "Salute" is a disappointment thanks to his voice sounding very hoarse, Ne-Yo's cool swagger enriches "Makin Love," which already comes packaged in a beautiful Jermaine Dupri production. Add it all up and this not-so-conceptual-after-all album points out both the rapper's limitations and his strengths. Call it a draw. [The album was also made available in a Deluxe Edition featuring a bonus DVD of the Loso's Way feature film.]

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Loso's Way

After a 2 year break, Fabolous returns with a new album. Let's see how it turned out. 1. The Way (Intro) – 3/5 – Alright startoff, but this is only an intro. OK beat by StreetRunner. 2. My Time - 5/5 - A great second single. This features newcomer Jeremih. The chorus is great, the lyrics and metaphors are awesome. Nice performance. 3. Imma Do It - 4.5/5 - A really hot beat right here. Another newcomer, Kobe joins the track. With a really nice beat, the chorus is very good. Nice lines like "Why don't you practice safe sex and go @)$& yourself. 4. Feel Like I'm Back - 4/5 - Extremely hot beat by Justice League. Nice chorus and usual good lyrics by Fab. One of the best beats on the album. 5. Everything. Everyday, Everywhere - 5/5 – Nice thumping beat by Ryan Leslie, and a great bridge and hook by Keri Hilson. “We in this ***** like an unborn baby”, one of the many great metaphors fabolous spits 6. Throw It In The Bag – 5/5 – Really Catchy Chorus by The-Dream and nice verses by them all. A kind of original beat by Tricky Stewart makes this single material. 7. Money Goes, Honey Stay – 4/5 – A leftover song originally by Jay-Z handed to Fabolous to remix. A spinoff of 21 Questions, done by 50 cent. Nice beat by Dupri and a’ight verses by Fabolous. 8. Salute – 5/5 – Amazing metaphors, a nice original beat, great hook and guest appearance. All things you will find in this song. 9. There He Go – 4/5 – Guest appearances by Paul Cain and Red Café, who are protégés of Fabolous. A nice chorus, kind of original but a nice fresh beat that kind of sounds like Imma Do It. 10. The Fabolous Life – 3.5/5 - This jam has a good pop-like beat by Ryan Leslie and a guest appearance. This song kind of reminds me of stuff he’s done in the past like Real Playa Like. It’s just not original enough. 11. Makin’ Love – 4/5 – A nice simple beat by Dupri and a very good appearance by Ne-Yo makes this song good. 12. Last Time – 4/5 – Good lyrics that you can follow in this song. The hook by Trey Songz is really good but the beat is missing something. 13. Pachanga – 3.5/5 – A good laid back beat with fresh lyrics and a nice chorus. Nothing more than that really. 14. Lullaby – 2/5 – A really boring beat and terrible chorus. This is probably the weakest song on the album. This is the only skipper on the album for me. 15. Stay – 3/5 – An OK chorus by Floetry member Marsha. A lame beat but the excellent lyrics make up for it with his new journey into fatherhood. 16. I Miss My Love – 3.5/5 – A hard classic beat with good lyrics but it’s too long and gets boring early in the track, but a good way to end the album with a reflective song. Overall, this is a nice album. The beats are mostly great but the album suffers the same problem as the last album which is the weak end half. The guests are well chosen and not overstuffed and there are solo songs by Fabolous unlike the last album. This is a great album and Fabolous still has it. TOP 5: 1.My Time 2.Everything, Everyday, Everywhere 3.Throw it In The Bag 4.Salute 5.Imma Do it + 6. Feel Like I’m Back + 7. Money Goes, Honey Stay. If you’re gonna get any songs, get those 7, but you may as well buy the whole album. Nice work Fabolous. Peace.

Kinda tight,some songs are typical mainstream summer jam's but still can flow

Atleast no freakin Auto Tune

One of the most underrated rappers

This guys been comin out wit good album after good album since he came out. This album no different. He seems to never get any credit. He doesn't make huge hits, but its always goood. Best songs on the album Throw It In THe Bag, Everthing, Everday Everywhere, Salute, The Fabolous Life, Money Goes, Honey Stay, Lullaby, My Time, Imma Do It

Biography

Born: November 18, 1977 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fabolous scored a bit hit, "Can't Deny It," right out of the gate in 2001, instantly establishing himself as a rising East Coast rap star, the song's combination of street-savvy toughness and pop crossover appeal representative of the rapper himself. Streetwise and hardened yet young and graced with poster-boy good looks, the Brooklyn rapper (born John Jackson on November 18, 1977) was one of the first East Coast MCs to embrace the bling mentality of the South as well as the gangsta swagger of the...
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