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What is the fabulously wealthy saying today? A young woman in Dubai recently received a memo from her boss banning the word. "It's curse-word-like. I would rather you not use the word at all than use it in a sentence," he explained.
“I’m so devoted to my music and becoming the best artist I can be. I don’t want to devote too much time to anything else before I say I’ve conquered that. I just wanna become bigger and I’m never satisfied with just what I am today, I just always want to be bigger. If I was Bill Gates, I would double Bill Gates. That’s the mindstate you should keep in any profession, just keep striking iron and trying to get bigger and better.” – Fabolous
Early Life and Career Beginnings: John David Jackson was born in Brooklyn, New York City, on November 18, 1977. He is of Dominican and African-American descent. He grew up in Breevort Houses in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. He first began rapping his senior year of high school under the name Fabolous Sport, in reference to Polo Sport line from fashion brand Ralph Lauren. He later shorted it to just Fabolous. The misspelling of the word was unintentional; during a freestyle, he incorrectly spelled "Fabulous" as "Fabolous", and the spelling stuck. (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)
Fabolous released his third full-length album "Real Talk" in November 2004. It included collaborations with artists like Mike Shorey, Young Jeezy, and Pharrell. In 2004 he was also nominated for a Grammy Award for his collaboration with Christina Milian on the "Dip It Low" remix. In 2006, after he was let out of his contract with Atlantic, Fabolous signed a recording contract with Def Jam Recordings as part of a trade, where Def Jam sent their artist Musiq to Atlantic. His first album with Def Jam, "From Nothin' to Somethin", was released in June 2007. It hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts for the first time in his career. It also debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in July 2007. "From Nothin' to Somethin" featured collaborations with Lil Wayne, Remy ma, Swizz Beatz, and fellow Def Jam artist Ne-Yo.
Fabolous net worth is estimated at $21 million. Born as John David Jackson is famous as Fabolous in the entertainment industry released his very first album titled Ghetto Fabolous back in 2001. This album was able to produce popular hits like “Can’t Deny It” as well as “Young’n (Holla Back)” which in return augmented Fabolous net worth. He released his second album titled Street Dreams back in 2003 and two of its songs, “Can’t Let You Go” and “Into You”, were included in the top ten hits. Other more notable songs are “Make Me Better” and “Breathe” which came from his 2007 album From Nothin’ to Somethin’. “Make Me Better” is said to be Fabolous’ biggest hit to date, it secured the number one spot at the Hot Rap Track Billboard Chart for 14 weeks inflated Fabolous net worth “Throw it in the Bag” and also “My Time” came from his recent album Loso’s Way. His very first single and video “Diamonds”, featured Young Jeezy who also made an appearance on the Real Talk track “Do the Damn Thing.” On the other hand, Remy Ma and Lil Wayne were both featured on the remix. “Return of the Hustle” featured Swizz Beatz was heard over the air before the album was released. His single “Baby Don’t Go”, T-Pain sings the hook but in the video, it was Jermaine Dupri who sung it. (Source: www.bornrich.com)