Fabolous praises the hunger and work ethic of the newer producers he's encountering for "Loso's Way 2" sessions, and says it's the opposite of some veteran beat-makers he's dealt with.
Recently, Brooklyn, New York platinum emcee Fabolous delayed plans to release Loso's Way 2 in early Summer. The Def Jam Records artist updated fans that he's planning to release his sequel to the 2009 album of the same name in "late July or early August at the latest," after dealing with the label's timeline. "I'm really waiting on [Def Jam Records'] time," he said as to the specific date the album will hit retailers.
Currently on tour with label-mate Pusha T, Fab was tight-lipped in a new interview with Montreality about who was specifically supplying the music to his sixth studio LP. However, the Street Fam leader did point out that LW2 is going to be a launch-pad for a lot of rising producers.
"I brought a lot of new producers on this joint, man. I think it's always dope to give them they shot—a shot at being part of a dope project. They're hungry. They come to work. They come at crazy hours; they work as long as they can, 'cause they still have that hunger." Throughout his career, Fab has released singles produced by the likes of Just Blaze, Timbaland and Jermaine Dupri. He added,"[That is] not to say that some of the established producers are not as hungry anymore, but some of them aren't. Those new guys are putting in the extra legwork that those old guys won't anymore."
The full Montreality and Fabolous interview is below:
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