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Fabolous From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Fabolous Fabolous at Sirius Satellite Radio in 2007 Background information Birth name John David Jackson Born November 18, 1977 (1977-11-18) (age 31) Origin Brooklyn, New York, United States Genre(s) Hip hop Occupation(s) Rapper Years active 1997–present Label(s) Desert Storm, Def Jam, Street Family Website Official website John David Jackson (born November 18, 1977), better known by his stage name Fabolous, is an American rapper. Growing up in the Brooklyn area of New York City, he was among the first east coast rappers influenced by Southern hip hop sounds and first became popular through his hit single "Can't Deny It" in 2001, from his debut album Ghetto Fabolous. Fabolous has released four albums, which have collectively sold over three million copies in the United States. Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Music career 2.1 Ghetto Fabolous (2001) 2.2 Street Dreams (2003) 2.3 Real Talk (2004) 2.4 From Nothin' to Somethin' (2007) 3 Personal life 4 Clothing line 5 Discography 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links  Early life Fabolous was born John David Jackson on November 18, 1977, of mixed African American and Dominican descent. He grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. While a senior in high school, Fabolous rapped live on DJ Clue's radio show and on WQHT Hot 97. He began to pursue a rap career late into twelfth grade. Fabolous decided that it was time for him to start rapping seriously. He would call into DJ Clue's radio show in late 1998, he ended up rapping for Clue, who would immediately sign him to his newly-formed Desert Storm Records. He would be featured on several DJ Clue mixtapes and mixtapes with Roc-A-Fella artists. This earned Fabolous and Desert Storm a distribution deal with Elektra Records. In 2001, they began to promote Fabolous and his debut album, Ghetto Fabolous, first by placing him on the remix to popular label-mate, Lil' Mo's "Superwoman (Remix)."  Music career Before receiving mainstream popularity, Fabolous released a single in 1998 titled "If They Want It" under his moniker,"Fabolous Sport". It was released by Def Jam Recordings on the album DJ Clue? The Professional and as a bonus track on his debut album Ghetto Fabolous. It is also available on the DJ Kool Kid mixtape, Pound For Pound featuring Fabolous and Jadakiss. In 2000, he released a second single through Elektra Records titled "Gotta Be Thug", which was put on DJ Clue Presents Backstage Mixtape (soundtrack).  Ghetto Fabolous (2001) Main article: Ghetto Fabolous Fabolous was teamed with Nate Dogg to produce his first single "Can't Deny It". The song charted in the Billboard Hot 100, and the subsequent album, Ghetto Fabolous, achieved platinum certification. It reached number four on the Billboard 200 and had three singles which charted on Rhythmic Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100 charts. The first of those singles is "Can't Deny It" produced by Rick Rock and featuring a chorus by Nate Dogg interpolating Tupac
Shakur's song "Ambitionz Az a Ridah". The other charting singles were "Young'n (Holla Back)", which is produced by The Neptunes and "Trade It All", which features vocals from Jagged Edge and is produced by DJ Clue and DURO.  Street Dreams (2003) Main article: Street Dreams (album) Fabolous released his second album Street Dreams on March 4, 2003. Powered by a Just Blaze beat and guest vocals from Lil' Mo and Mike Shorey, "Can't Let You Go" reached number one on the Rhythmic Top 40 chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Into You" with Tamia also reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Also released on Street Dreams was the lead single club banger "This Is My Party" and "Trade It All Pt. 2" which featured Jagged Edge as it did on the Ghetto Fabolous version, as well as Diddy. Exactly 7 months later, on November 4, 2003, Fabolous dropped his official mixtape, More Street Dreams, Pt. 2: The Mixtape. It was an official release by his record label, Elektra. The album featured remixes and tracks not originally slated on Street Dreams. This album was also an outlet for his three man crew, known as the Triangle Offense, consisting of himself, Paul Cain, and Joe Budden. The album actually features a remix to song Fire, which was originally on Joe Budden's self-titled debut album.  Real Talk (2004) Main article: Real Talk Fabolous' third album Real Talk was released on November 5, 2004. It debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 with 179,000 copies and had two charting singles, the lowest in his career. The two charting singles are his street anthem "Breathe" and "Baby," which features Mike Shorey, and shows his more sensitive side that he has shown on many songs in the past. His second single was not promoted until weeks after the album's release. "Tit 4 Tat" was his third single. Pharrell of The Neptunes produced it and did the hook. Fab feels that the single didn't hit it as big as it should have due to poor advertising. Making the music video for his fourth single, "Do the Damn Thing" cost Jackson $30,000. The song featured Young Jeezy, who became known to the public through the video. The same year, Fabolous was nominated for a Grammy Award for his collaboration on the "Dip It Low" remix by Christina Milian. In early 2006, Fabolous moved to Def Jam and left Atlantic Records who received Musiq in return.  From Nothin' to Somethin' (2007) Main article: From Nothin' to Somethin' His fourth studio album, From Nothin' to Somethin, was released in June 2007. Fabolous took the number one spot on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts for the first time in his career and it debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling 159,000 copies in its first week. The album was certified Gold in July 2007. It is his first album on Def Jam Recordings. The first single and video, "Diamonds", features Young Jeezy who also appeared on the Real Talk track "Do the Damn Thing". Lil Wayne is featured on the remix. His second single was "Return of the Hustle" which featured Swizz Beatz, also came out before the album release, to some acclaim, but little airplay. His third single though, "Make Me Better," which features fellow Def Jam artist Ne-Yo, and is produced by Timbaland, was his biggest hit to date, spending 14 weeks at number one on the Hot Rap Track Billboard Chart. The fourth single was "Baby Don't Go." Jermaine Dupri produced it and T-Pain sings the hook. However, in music video version of the song, Jermaine Dupri sings the hook. This song also found success, reaching number four on the Hot Rap Track Chart.  Personal life In January and March 2003, Fabolous was arrested for possessing an unlicensed gun in his car. His bodyguard later showed proof of ownership for the gun. Fabolous put his career on hiatus for much of 2005 and 2006. Fabolous was shot in his right leg on the morning of October 17, 2006 in Manhattan after exiting Justin's, a restaurant owned by Diddy. The police saw the rapper and three other men accompanying him rushing through a red light and found unlicensed, loaded guns in their car leading to their arrest. After they found the weapons, Fabolous was treated at a local hospital. NYPD linked Fabolous to a crew of robbers who targeted champion boxer Zab Judah twice. According to police reports, the Street Fam Crew is made up of 20 members, all former drug dealers from Fabolous's Brooklyn neighborhood. In 2006, three men tried to rob Judah as he stood next to his yellow Lamborghini on West 27th Street at 10th Avenue in New York City. The three rolled up in a minivan at about 5 AM, and hopped out. One pulled a black handgun on Judah and told him to put his jewelry on the hood of his car. Judah ran instead. The muggers followed in their van, but crashed into a tree a block away. All three scattered, but one was captured by a Homeland Security agent on his way to work, and another was grabbed by a nearby cab driver. "A bunch of idiots that didn't have no control over what they were doing; they messed with the wrong guy," said Judah. Fabolous came forward to deny reports that he was involved. On the evening of November 22, 2007, a childhood friend—Shamel McKinney—was stabbed to death inside of a New York nightclub. Police say that McKinney may have been stabbed after trying to steal jewelry off the neck of another clubgoer, Anthony Taylor (who has since the incident been arrested and has to face second-degree murder charges). The rapper further explained that despite reports, McKinney was not part of a robbery crew connected to the rapper. Fabolous stated, "On Thanksgiving, I think I came out of the house one time - to go get eggnog. And there wasn't any eggnog at Club Duvet." On February 24, 2009 Arkansas police seized 500 pounds of marijuana from Fabolous' tour bus as it returned from the NBA All-Star Game. Fabolous was not on board the bus at the time and has not yet been charged in connection with the incident. In an interview with XXL, Fabolous revealed that he has been in a long-term relationship that began in 2005. That long-term relationship produced a son in February 2008.  Clothing line Fabolous stated in 2005 that he wanted to release his own clothing line in the coming years. Without publicizing detail, he went into a search for designers and manufacturers for his line to accomplish the task. After finding qualified staffing, Fabolous announced the name for his line is Rich Yung Society Clothing.  Discography Main article: Fabolous discography Ghetto Fabolous (2001) Street Dreams (2003) Real Talk (2004) From Nothin' to Somethin' (2007) Loso's Way (2009)  Awards and nominations Year Award Result 2003 Teen Choice Awards for Choice Rap Track for "Can't Let You Go" Nominated Teen Choice Awards for Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Track for "4 Ever" Nominated The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards for R&B/Rap Collabo of the Year for "Can't Let You Go" Nominated The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards for Trendsetter of the Year Nominated 2005 Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Dip It Low" Nominated 2007 American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist Nominated BET Awards for Best Hip-Hop Collabo for "Make Me Better" Nominated Teen Choice Awards for Choice Music: Rap Artist Nominated 2008 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards for Top Rap Song for "Make Me Better" Won  References ^ a b c Hilliard, Chloe A. (2008-02-05). "The Fabolous Life". The Village Voice. New Times Media. http://www.villagevoice.com/2008-02-05/news/the-fabolous-life/. Retrieved on 2009-03-01. ^ "Fabolous Biography". NME. Time. http://www.nme.com/artists/fabolous#biography. Retrieved on 2009-03-01. ^ a b Birchmeier, Jason. "Fabolous - Biography". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3nfexqwkldje~T1. Retrieved on 2008-10-18. ^ a b "Fabolous". Hip Hop Galaxy. http://www.hiphopgalaxy.com/Fabolous-hip-hop-3614.html. Retrieved on 2008-02-28. ^ Mfuni, Tanangachi; Gould, Joe; Lemire, Jonathan (2007-11-24). "Rapper Fabolous' friend is fatally stabbed, according to club area toll". New York Daily News. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2007/11/24/2007-11-24_rapper_fabolous_friend_is_fatally_stabbe-1.html. Retrieved on 2008-02-28. ^ Vasquez, Emily (2005-10-18). "Brooklyn-Born Rapper Is Arrested After Being Shot". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/18/nyregion/18rapper.html. Retrieved on 2007-10-07. ^ Cipha Reporter (November 25, 2003). Exclusive Web Interviews - DJ Clue Hot 97. Accessed January 3, 2008. ^ "Fabolous - Billboard Albums". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3nfexqwkldje~T5. Retrieved on 2008-02-28. ^ "Fabolous - Billboard Singles". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3nfexqwkldje~T51. Retrieved on 2008-02-28. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. ""Ghetto Fabolous" - Overview". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:0cfixqq0ldde. Retrieved on 2008-02-28. ^ More Street Dreams, Pt. 2: The Mixtape; Track Listing ^ a b c Golianopoulos, Thomas. Fabolous Like Me. XXL magazine. Accessed October 8, 2007. ^ Hasty, Katie (June 20, 2007). Toby Keith's 'Big Dog' Heads Straight To No. 1. Billboard. Accessed October 8, 2007. ^ Fabolous Singles Chart History  ^ Vineyard, Jennifer. Fabolous Plans to Sue New York for False Arrest. MTV. Accessed October 8, 2007. ^ Vineyard, Jennifer (January 17, 2003). Fabolous Arrested Twice in Two Days. MTV. Accessed October 8, 2007. ^ Kaufman, Gil (October 17, 2006). Fabolous Shot and Arrested in New York. MTV. Accessed October 8, 2007. ^ Mark Vester (December 10, 2007). Fabolous' Crew Linked To Zab Judah Robberies Boxing Scene. Accessed January 3, 2008. ^ Fabolous is "Disappointed With Law Enfourcement". Accessed December 5, 2007. ^ HHWorlds.com - Fabolous Breaks Silence On Manhattan Nightclub Stabbing (December 16, 2007) ^ 500 lbs of Marijuana Found on Fabolous' Tour Bus The Boom Box, February 23, 2009 ^ MTV.com - Fabolous Is Loving Fatherhood (February 18, 2009) ^ C. Khid (March 18, 2006). Rich Yung Society Clothing Launched By Fabolous; a RichYung LifeStyle. Accessed February 23, 2008. ^ a b Jeckell, Barry A. (2003-06-17). "Lopez, Eminem Lead 'Teen Choice' Nominees". Billboard. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/search/google/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1915814. Retrieved on 2008-11-18. ^ a b "The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards 2003 Nominees". Billboard. 2003-08-28. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/search/google/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1965047. Retrieved on 2008-11-18. ^ Grammy Award nominees in top categories USA Today. Accessed October 5, 2008. ^ Kym Kilgore (October 9, 2007). American Music Awards go public Live Daily. Accessed October 5, 2008. ^ Henry Adaso. 2007 BET Hip-Hop Awards - Winners About.com. Accessed October 5, 2008. ^ Lynn (July 14, 2007). Music and VH1-Related Nominees for Teen Choice Awards VH1. Accessed October 5, 2008. ^ ASCAP's 21st Annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards Honor Top Songwriters and Publishers of 2007  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Fabolous Official Def Jam Site Fabolous at MySpace Rich Yung Society Clothing site Fabolous Clothing Line [hide]v • d • eFabolous Albums Ghetto Fabolous · Street Dreams · Real Talk · From Nothin' to Somethin' · Loso's Way Singles "Can't Deny It" · "Young'n (Holla Back)" · "This Is My Party" · "Can't Let You Go" · "Into You" · "Make U Mine" · "Breathe" · "Tit 4 Tat" · "Baby" · "Diamonds" · "Return of the Hustle" · "Make Me Better" · "Baby Don't Go" · "Throw It In the Bag" · "It's My Time" Related articles Discography Persondata NAME Jackson, John David ALTERNATIVE NAMES Fabolous, Loso SHORT DESCRIPTION American rapper DATE OF BIRTH November 18, 1977 PLACE OF BIRTH New York City, New York, United States DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabolous" Categories: 1977 births | African American rappers | Dominican American rappers | Living people | People from Brooklyn | Rappers from New York City | Atlantic Records artists
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