Fabolous ft. Lil’ Wayne - Diamonds On My Damn Chain

Posted 9 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Steve Morales, Raymond "Sarom" Diaz

Diamonds on My Damn Chain - the buzz single off the new album - From Nothing to Something - glistens like a flawless rock courtesy of Fabolous. Featuring the CEO of Cash Money Records, none other then Lil’ Wayne himself, this collaboration brings together the best of the East and the South.  Fabolous, the NY wordsmith, comes on point with lyrics that help deliver his catchy multi’s which make you bop your head to his unique flow. This song is a damn hit, di-di-di-damn you can’t deny it!

Note:  Since the release of this single, Young Jeezy has replaced Lil’ Wayne.

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