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Fabolous

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Fabolous  Can't Let You Go (feat. Mike Shorey & Lil' Mo)   buy on itunes
Fabolous & The-Dream  Throw It In the Bag   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Trade It All (feat. Jagged Edge)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Into You (feat. Ashanti)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Breathe   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Can't Deny It (feat. Nate Dogg)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Young'n   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Make Me Better (feat. Ne-Yo)   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Mike Shorey  Baby   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Jeremih  My Time   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes, Fabolous & Lumidee  Uh Ooh (Remix)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Take You Home (feat. Lil' Mo)   buy on itunes
B2K  Badaboom   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Diamonds (feat. Young Jeezy)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Trade It All PT2 (feat. P. Diddy & Jagged Edge)   buy on itunes
Jennifer Lopez  Get Right   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Sickalicious (feat. Missy Elliott)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Baby Don't Go (feat. T-Pain)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Brooklyn (feat. Jay-Z & Uncle Murda)   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Lil Wayne  Salute   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Damn   buy on itunes
Fabolous  The Bad Guy (feat.ng Pain In Da Ass)   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Now What   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Round & Round   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Change Up (feat. Akon)   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Jay-Z  Money Goes, Honey Stay (When the Money Goes Remix)   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Young Jeezy  Do the Damn Thang   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Now Ride   buy on itunes
Fabolous & Sean Paul  It's All Right   buy on itunes
Fabolous  Faboloso   buy on itunes

Comment:

When Def Jam dealt Musiq to Atlantic for Fabolous — just in time for his career-high debut with [i]From Nothin' to Somethin'[/i] — they did more than switch out an R&B star for a rap one. They pulled off a Steinbrenner-caliber trade that left the label with the perfect middle-ground MC, one who appeals to pop audiences [i]and[/i] picky, street-smart fans who quote [i]Scarface[/i] the movie as much as Scarface the rapper. No wonder why everyone from Jay-Z to Young Jeezy has jumped onto his crossover jams, a stack of crowd-pleasing singles that bump and bang the box one second ("Take You Home," "Young'n," "Diamonds") and caress ear canals the next (the bedroom-bound "Can't Let You Go," "Into You," and "Trade It All").
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