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Fabolous and Jadakiss Freddy vs Jason presented by Dope Shows

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Mar 17, 2017 – 8:00 PM

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  • Fabolous
  • Jadakiss

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Fabolous: This Brooklyn MC hit the rap scene hard with his debut single, "Can't Deny It", in 2001. Ever since, Fabolous has been blazing up the Rap and Pop charts. Currently on the road, Fabolous tour dates have been scheduled at several events and shows throughout 2011. Don't miss a date on the Fabolous concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Fabolous tour dates and venue information.

Fabolous starting rhyming in high school and earned recognition on the local NYC Hot 97 dial when he was invited to rap live for DJ Clue. His performance led to a deal with Elektra Records who released his debut album, Ghetto Fabolous, in 2001. The singles, "Can't Deny It" and "Holla Back Youngin'" were radio hits and drove sales of his debut to Platinum status. He released Street Dreams in 2003, which remains his best selling album to-date.

Fabolous released his third album, Real Talk, in 2004 and From Nothin' to Somethin, in 2007. The single "Make Me Better" featuring Ne-Yo, spent fourteen weeks at the top of the Billboard Rap Tracks chart and remains his biggest single to-date. Fabolous released Loso's Way in 2009 and is currently in the studio working on his sixth release, Loso's Way 2, which is due out in 2011. For those fans who are anxiously waiting for his next album to drop, you can catch Fabolous on tour this 2011. Fabolous tour dates are scheduled periodically throughout the year. Stay on top of the Fabolous 2011 concert schedule and use Eventful as your source for Fabolous tour dates and venue information.

Jadakiss: 'Kiss formed the rap group the Warlox in 1994 with friends Sheek Louch and Styles P. The trio signed to Bad Boy Entertainment later on, where it was suggested they change their name simply to the LOX, which came to stand for Living Off eXperience. They made their first appearance on The Main Source's 1994 LP "Fuck What You Think" on the track "Set it Off"

The group, especially Jadakiss, developed a close relationship with The Notorious B.I.G., during which time Jadakiss was taken under B.I.G.'s wing. Thus, after Biggie's shooting death, the group released their first multi-platinum hit in the tribute "We'll Always Love Big Poppa" (the B-side to Puff Daddy's "I'll Be Missing You") in 1997. In 1998, the LOX released Money, Power, Respect, and Bitches. Following this album, they left Bad Boy Records.

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