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Fabolous Spilled "From Nothin' to Somethin'"

May 10, 2007 (7:50 am) GMT
Fabolous has been working on the fourth album since late last year and he promised that the result is worthwhile.

Rapper who had "" since late 2006 gave its sneak peek at Sony Studios in Manhattan, New York on May 8. As promised, Fabolous presented the album in all-star mode.

The track "Brooklyn" received the guest voice from and Uncle Murda while "Baby Don't Go" had on the bill. gave his contribution in the first single "Diamonds" while appears on "Foggin' Up the Windows". and meanwhile, assist on "First Time" and "Return of the Hustle" respectively.

"We got to work with a lot of people we felt would make the album better. Production-wise, the lineup is like the Yankees: , , , Just Blaze, Polow Da Don, Neo 'The Matrix.' ... We got great features, too. Each person, I could hear them making the song better. Lil' Mo, Cassidy ... we got a very deep, well-rounded album," said Fabolous in an interview.

"From Nothin' to Somethin'" which is the follow up of "" (2004) will hit the stores June 12 via Def Jam. The title suggests his intention to let people know how he has changed in the past two years. "I been through situations I never been in before in my life," he said. "I got shot, been arrested, been in a relationship. I'm past really rapping for my block or my projects. I'm trying to grow. We been working really hard."

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