Fabo ft. Bobby V - I’m So High

Posted 7 years ago
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Big Fruit
The Picasso of Rap

Fabo may consider himself the Snap King, but he’s willing to slow down his style every once in a while.  On a newly-released record off his forthcoming solo debut,  Fabo is So High that he’s transformed into his slightly more sedate alter ego, 2Dolla.  The highlight here is definitely Bobby V, who sets the mood with his hook and background vocals and calls on Blu Kolla Dreams in-house producer Big Fruit (who produced the singer’s current hit single, Beep) to fashion a beat sure to get I’m So High heavy club rotation.  While The Picasso of Rap has yet to receive a release date, Bobby V’s third album, Rebirth, will be available in stores and online this coming Tuesday, February 10th.

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