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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.

Customer Reviews

FAbolous album

short and simple this is the best album this year point blank....Fabolous is my favoritte rapper rite now in the game......He basically painted a whole movie in this album...its more then just punchlines it has a substantial meaning behind it...much more storytelling and club songs...really bringing hip hop back in a fresh new way...Congratulations fab remarkable album.....only thing i hated was red cafe wack self on dis album

What happened?

Im a real big Fabolous fan, not many people realize how tight this guy is. I have been waiting and waiting for this album to come out. Must say a dissapointment! It starts off great with the first 5 tracks and then it just sucked after that. I dont know what happend to him. He is so lyrically there but for some reason he couldnt pull it off on this album. He has some good collabos but still didnt help the album as much. I think i would rather download only some songs from the album instead of buy it. Yo fab if you ever read this, go back to your old ways cuz you are better that way!


Pretty dope Album.


Born: November 18, 1977 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

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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