Fabolous ft. Jay-Z & Uncle Murda - Brooklyn

Posted 9 years ago
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Fabolous brings some heat for the first time since 2004 on the Bigge inspired and sounding, Brooklyn, featuring Jay-Z and Uncle Murda.  Riding a classic east coast beat, fused with Bigge’s “Brooklyn” chant, producer Versatile provides the public with Fabolous’ first viable street single since before he dropped Street Dreams.  Perfect for boom boxes and tape decks, the collaboration might become a New York anthem as the weather begins to warm up and F.A.B.O.‘s new album, From Nothin’ to Somethin’, creeps closer to a release.

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