Fabolous Birthday (November 18th)

Fabolous Birthday (November 18th)

Fabolous birth name John Jackson. Fabolous an American rapper was born on 18th November, 1977 in Brooklyn district of New York City. Fabolous is famous for his stage name Fabolous. Fabolous was considered amongst the primary east coast rappers affected through Southern hip hop sounds. In 2001, during, Fabolous became famous throughout his hit single “Can’t Deny It”. And Fabolous smack style has also been compared with those rappers Mase and Loon.

Biography of Fabolous

Fabolous Early Life

Fabolous was born of blended Dominican and African American descent to parents Deborah and Luke Jackson. Fabolous developed in Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, New York. And when Memphis Bleak legitimately noticed to the Roc-A-Fella Records, Fabolous seriously determined that it was a great time for him to begin rapping. Fabolous would identify into the DJ Clue’s radio show in late 1998; and Fabolous finished up the free styling for DJ Clue. Fabolous would instantly direct him to his recently-shaped Desert Storm Records.

Fabolous Career Graph

Music Career

Fabolous released the single in 1998 named "If They Want It" under his autograph,"Fabolous Sport". And it was unconfined through Def Jam Recordings on an album DJ Clue? The Professional and also as the bonus track on his unveiling album Ghetto Fabolous. And it is available on DJ Kool Kid mix tape, Pound For Pound featuring Fabolous and Jadakiss. And in 2000, Fabolous released the second single by Elektra Records labeled "Gotta Be Thug", which was assumed DJ Clue Presents Backstage Mix tape (soundtrack).

Ghetto Fabolous (2001)

Fabolous was attached with Nate Dogg to create his foremost single "Can't Deny It". And the song selected in Billboard Hot 100, and following album, Ghetto Fabolous, got platinum official recognition. It accomplished number 4 on the Billboard 200. It had 3 singles which graphed on the Rhythmic Top 40 and the Billboard Hot 100 charts. And the primary of those singles is "Can't Deny It" formed by Rick Rock and attributing a chorus through Nate Dogg interpolating Tupac Shakur's song "Ambitionz Az a Ridah". And the additional charting singles were "Young'n (Holla Back)", which is formed by The Neptune and "Trade It All", which attributes singing from Jagged Edge and is also formed through DJ Clue and DURO.

Street Dreams (2003)

Fabolous released his second one album Street Dreams on 4th March, 2003. and powered through the Just Blaze beat and guest lyrics from the Lil' Mo and Mike Shorey, "Can't Let You Go" arrived at number one on Rhythmic Top 40 chart and number 4 on Billboard Hot 100 chart. And "Into You" with Tamia arrived at number 4 on Billboard Hot 100. It released on the Street Dreams was the main single club banger "Trade It All Pt. 2" and “This Is My Party”.

Real Talk (2004)

Fabolous 3rd album Real Talk was unconfined on 5th November, 2004. And the 2 charting singles are his street anthem "Baby," and "Breathe", which attributes Mike Shorey. Fabolous 3d single was “Tit 4 Tat”. Fabolous realizes that owing to poor advertising, this single will not smack it. Fabolous formed the music video for the 4th single, "Do the Damn Thing" price Jackson $30,000. And this song featured Young Jeezy. It became popular to the community throughout the video. At the same year, Fabolous was chosen for the Grammy Award for his alliance on "Dip It Low" remix by Christina Milian. And in early 2006, Fabolous turned to Def Jam and disappeared Atlantic Records who achieved Music in arrival.

From Nothin' to Somethin' (2007)

Fabolous 4th studio album, From Nothin' to Somethin, was on the loose in June 2007. Fabolous achieved the number 1 spot on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts for initial time in his career graph. It debuted at the number 2 on Billboard 200, selling 159,000 copies in its opening week. And the album was licensed Gold in July 2007. And it is considered his primary album on the Def Jam Recordings.

Further the initial single and video, “Diamonds”, attributes Young Jeezy who emerged on Real Talk track "Do the Damn Thing". And Lil Wayne is attributed on remix. And his second one single was "Return of the Hustle" which attributed Swizz Beats, came out previous to the album discharge, to some applause, but modest airplay. Fabolous 3rd single, "Make Me Better," attributes fellow Def Jam performer Ne-Yo. It is formed by Timberland. And it became major hit to date, standing fourteen weeks at the number one on Hot Rap Track Billboard Chart. And the 4th single was "Baby Don't Go."

Fabolous Private Life

In 2003, Fabolous was seized for having unlicensed revolver in his vehicle. Later his bodyguard showed corroboration of possession for the revolver. Fabolous put his profession on interruption for two years.

Fabolous was wounded on the dawn of 17th October, 2006 in Manhattan. And the Police noticed the rapper and three men escorting him hastening through the red beam and found unlicensed, burdened revolvers in their vehicle leading to their seize. Following they found the weapons, Fabolous was treated at the local hospital.

Awards and Nominations for Fabolous

2008 – Won, ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards for Top Rap Song for "Make Me Better" (shared with Ne-Yo)

2007 – Nominated, BET Awards for Best Hip-Hop Collabo for "Make Me Better" (shared with Ne-Yo)
2007 – Nominated, Teen Choice Awards for Choice Music: Rap Artist
2007 – Nominated, American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist
2007 – Nominated, Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Dip It Low (Remix)" (shared with Christina Milian)

Discography of Fabolous

  • Ghetto Fabolous (2001)
  • Street Dreams (2003)
  • Real Talk (2004)
  • From Nothin' to Somethin' (2007)
  • Loso's Way (2009)