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Monday (June 29) night, Verzuz fans took a trip to the Big Apple for the latest edition of the Instagram Live battle featuring New York rap legends Fabolous and Jadakiss. In this head-to-head showdown, each hip hop heavyweight had the chance to showcase their greatest hits to an audience of hundreds of thousands of virtual viewers including DJ Self, King Combs, La La Anthony, Troy Ave, Diddy, Slim Thug, Angie Martinez, Beenie Man, Joe Budden, DJ Envy, Vanessa Simmons, Snoop Dogg and the New York Knicks.

Check out the biggest highlights from the face-off below.

1. Heavy-Hitting Collaborations:

Jadakiss started out strong with his feature on DMX’s “Blackout” and Fabolous followed with his feature on Lil’ Wayne’s “Nuthin On Me” with Juelz Santana. Kiss kept it in the family of collaborations with The LOX’s “Recognize” and Fab came through with Cassidy’s “6 Minutes” featuring himself and Lil’ Wayne. Neither one of these MCs were going easy on the other.

2. Jadakiss’ Outfit:

All yellow errthang! Jadakiss brought the sunshine indoors with his all-yellow fit including fitted cap, shirt and shorts.

3. R.I.P Black Mamba

Fabolous switched the vibe with his feature on Diddy’s “Trade It All” with Jagged Edge. He paid respects to the late Kobe Bryant as he reminisced on the first time he met the basketball star on set. “Take a shot for Kobe Bryant real quick,” Fabolous raised his cup of Ciroc. “Rest in peace to the Black Mamba,” Jadakiss added.

4. To The Islands

Like a true New Yorker, Fab took us back to his song “Run Away” known for it’s Caribbean-infused hip hop vibes.

5. “No Story”

Before dropping N.O.R.E.’s “Banned From TV,” Jadakiss said “no story.” No introduction needed, just drop that sh*t. When your songs are that fire, you don’t need to introduce anything. That’s that.

6. Technical Foul

“Hold on, I’m on this song! This is a technical!” Jadakiss screamed as Fabolous played Jeezy’s “OJ” featuring battle buddy Jadakiss.

7. Ghetto Fabolous

“Can’t Deny It” featuring Nate Dogg brought viewers back to ghetto Fabolous from back in the day and we couldn’t have been happier. O’Shea Jackson, Jr.; DJ Drama and Papoose brought fire emojis to the comments section not too long before Jadakiss dropped The LOX’s “F*ck You.”

8. All The Way Turnt Up

Jadakiss was having the time of his life — probably more than we’ve seen on any other Verzuz battle. The rapper was lit and the true definition of a party of one.

9. For The Ladies

“We ain’t shout out the ladies yet. All the Black sisters,” Fabolous raised a cup to the independent women in the building before playing “You Be Killin Em.” Lil’ Kim, Juju, and Natalie Nunn were all getting it in their virtual seats, as they joined in for the 2010 hit. Next up for the women was Fab’s Ne-Yo collaboration “Make Me Better.”

10. That’s All Folks — Sike

The live cut off for a few minutes for unknown technical difficulties, but Fabolous hopped right back into it with “Can’t Leave You Alone.” Jadakiss followed up Fab’s Lil’ Mo and Mike Shorey collaboration with LOX’s own “Ryde Or Die, Chick” featuring Drag-On and Eve.

11. The “So Into You” Mystery

Fabolous cleared up the story about Ashanti and Tamia, and their two versions of his “So Into You” single. After telling the story of Tamia’s throat surgery and Ashanti’s busy schedule due to her musical takeoff at the time, Fab dropped Jadakiss’ favorite from his competitors discography as the two bopped along. “Noooooo, Imma text u and tell u the real story!” Ashanti added in the comment section with laughing emojis. Oop!

12. A Remix To Remember

“Shawty Is A Ten” and “Say Ahh” are two of the hits that DJ Boof put together for Fabolous’ exit mix while ending with “Doin’ It Well” featuring Nicki Minaj and Trey Songz. Jadakiss hit us back with Mya collaboration “Best Of Me,” Mary J. Blige’s remix of “Family Affair” and “Smoking Gun” with Jasmine Sullivan.

Relive Jadakiss and Fabolous’ Verzuz with Tidal’s playlist below:

Sours: https://www.revolt.tv/2020/6/29/21307842/fabolous-jadakiss-verzuz-best-moments

Fabolous vs. Jadakiss in 'Verzuz' Battle of New York Heavyweights: See The Scorecard & Winner

After nearly a half-hour delay in the studio, more than 200,000 blitzed the IG turnstiles to take in the tightly contested 20-round battle, which came with a heavy dose of nostalgia along the way. Check out how Billboard scored Monday night's matchup between Fab and Jada below.

Round 1: DMX feat. The LOX & Jay-Z's "Blackout"  vs. Lil Wayne feat. Fabolous & Juelz Santana's "You Ain't Got Nuthin'" 

Kiss kicks things off with standout feature in his arsenal pitting The LOX alongside Hov and DMX. Fab continues the trend by jabbing back with his appearance on Weezy F. Baby's seminal Tha Carter III, which finds him attempting to set the tone on an intimidating Alchemist beat.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 2: The LOX's "Recognize" vs. Cassidy feat. Lil Wayne & Fabolous' "6 Minutes" 

Jadakiss fires back with a LOX deep cut featuring the Yonkers native sparring over a hard-hitting Preemo beat, which is something the people had been waiting on. Fab's response doesn't quite measure up, as he stays in his feature bag with a Cassidy collaboration.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 3: Nas feat. Jadakiss & Ludacris' "Made You Look (Remix)" vs. Lloyd Banks feat. Fabolous, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz & Ryan Leslie's "Start It Up" 

"Wrote this verse right here in the bathroom with no shirt on," Kiss quips before pressing play. The underrated "Made You Look" remix may sound familiar, since Ludacris also brought it out for his battle a few weeks ago against Nelly. The Brooklyn native kept the feature game going with one of his best, where he flexes alongside Kanye West and more on Lloyd Banks' energetic "Start It Up."

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 4: Jadakiss' "By Your Side" vs. Fabolous feat. P. Diddy & Jagged Edge's "Trade It All Pt. 2" 

Kiss prefaced his next move with a story about how he paid $7,500 for the "By Your Side" beat, but ended up charging Interscope the fee with a little extra interest on top. Fab takes it back to 2003's Street Dreams with his Diddy and Jagged Edge collab, but Jada still holds his head high after round four. Fab also made sure to toast to the late Kobe Bryant, who he met at the "Trade" video shoot for the very first time.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 5: The LOX's "All For the Love" vs. Fabolous feat. Kobe's "Imma Do It" 

Fabolous is one-upping Jada by getting on the mic and rapping along to his songs. Here, he strikes with the menacing "Imma Do It," but that's not enough to keep Kiss down, who elected to fire off a Money, Power, & Respect fan favorite with the motivational "All For the Love."

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 6: The LOX's "Chest 2 Chest Freestyle" vs. Fabolous' "Keepin' It Gangsta"

The 45-year-old went digging in the crates and came back with the grimy "Chest 2 Chest Freestyle" from a DJ Clue mixtape. Fabo knew he didn't stand much of a chance in this round, so he trots out one of his weaker selections with the Ghetto Fabolous cut.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 7: Ruff Ryders "WW III" vs. Fabolous feat. Junior Reid's "Gangsta Don't Play" 

"You don't gotta perform every song. This ain't Dancing With the Stars," a winded Jada jokes with Fab singing along to every one of his tracks by this point. Still, Kiss brings the firepower here repping for the Ruff Ryders, alongside a pair of legends in Snoop Dogg and Scarface.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 8: Noreaga feat. Big Pun, Nature, Cam'Ron, Jadakiss & Styles P's "Banned From TV" vs. Fabolous feat. Jay-Z & Uncle Murda's "Brooklyn" 

In desperate need of a response, Fab brings out a punch he knew would connect with the "Brooklyn" anthem alongside the borough's deity. Kiss originally set the tone with a classic Noreaga posse cut in "Banned From TV," which results in a crowd-deflating tie.


Round 9: The LOX's "Blood Pressure" vs. Fabolous' "Young OG" 

"I burned my ear with the headphones on when I recorded this," Kiss kicks off the round with some friendly banter. "Blood Pressure" might be best remembered for giving author Karrine Steffans her Superhead nickname, but it just doesn't measure up to Fab's smooth Soul Tape 3 cut.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 10: Black Rob feat. The LOX's "Can I Live" vs. Jeezy feat. Fabolous & Jadakiss' "OJ" 

The first cross-pollination of the night, as Jada is taken back by Fab playing a song with him on it, alongside trap legend Young Jeezy. Fab baits Kiss into an argument about whose song "Can I Live" is to quiet his buzz, as Jada pleads his case that this used to be a LOX record before business got involved.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 11: Fabolous feat. French Montana's "Ball Drop" vs. Puff Daddy feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes' "Victory"

When making the turn into the battle's second half -- where he now plays first, with Jadakiss responding -- Fab isn't playing any games, as the jacket comes off and he goes straight to the t-shirt to take center stage. Jada delivers his first elbow drop of the night by dipping into his lethal pen game for Puff and BIG's motivational "Victory" anthem, which he actually wrote for Diddy.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 12: Meek Mill feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA's "Uptown Vibes" vs. Sheek Louch feat. Jadakiss, Styles P & J-Hood's "Mighty D-Block"  

"This is D-Block, mighty, mighty D-Block" could be heard reverberating throughout Yonkers when Jada let this one go. Fab brings out more of a recent hit in Meek's groovy "Uptown Vibes," but the LOX staple is just too tough of an opponent in the third quarter to deal with.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 13: Fabolous feat. Nate Dogg's "Can't Deny It" vs. The LOX's "F--k You"  

After a few losses in a row, Fab knew he had to catch a win here. Loso elects to roll with the Tupac-sampling "Can't Deny It" featuring the late Nate Dogg. The prideful hit record connects with the 200,000+ in the IG audience and lets him cruise to an easy victory in round 13.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 14: Fabolous feat. The-Dream's "Throw It in the Bag" (Remix) vs. Jadakiss' "Knock Yourself Out" 

Following another crowd-pleaser from Fab, Jada expertly counters with a trip to Virginia. On its face, Jadakiss and Pharrell connecting might sound like a contrast in styles, but the pair of hip-hop legends easily mesh with heavy Kiss bars over the exotic Skateboard P production.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 15: Fabolous' "Young'n" vs. Ghostface Killah feat. Jadakiss' "Run"

With Fab possibly taking a bathroom break, a buzzed Jadakiss has no issue gracing the mic and rambling for a bit. He goes on to "Run" up the score late with another tenacious feature, this time alongside Wu-Tang solo star and fellow New Yorker Ghostface Killah.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 16: Fabolous' "You Be Killin Em" vs. Puff Daddy feat. The Notorious B.I.G., Lil' Kim & The Lox's "It's All About the Benjamins" (Remix) 

As Fabolous attempts to turn up the heat with some of the go-tos in his discography, Jadakiss makes sure to answer with another haymaker in the Bad Boy reunion "It's All About the Benjamins." In the IG comments, CharlamagneThaGod wanted to give Kiss two points, since he both penned the track and then hopped on the opulent tune's remix.

WINNER: Jadakiss

Round 17: Fabolous feat. Ne-Yo's "Make Me Better" vs. DJ Clue feat. Jadakiss & Mary J. Blige's "Back 2 Life 2001"

Since the D'usse continues to flow in Jada's direction, Fab attempts to close the gap on the scoreboard with an R&B banger in the uplifting "Make Me Better." The single enlists a deadly combination that can't be beat featuring Ne-Yo sliding on the hook, while Timbaland handles production duties.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 18: Fabolous feat. Mike Shorey & Lil Mo's "Can't Let You Go" vs. The LOX feat. Timbaland & Eve's "Ryde or Die, B---h"

Fab's run continues with another flawless pick from his repertoire in the Lil' Mo-assisted "Can't Let You Go." The LOX's "Ryde or Die, B---h" is a solid choice, but isn't going to cut it in round 18. Point Fab to make things interesting down the stretch with two rounds left.

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 19: Fabolous feat. Tamia's "Into You" vs. Jaheim feat. Jadakiss' "Diamond in da Ruff" (Remix)

By this point, an intoxicated Kiss' drunken commentary is only making things even more hilarious. He does get serious for a moment to pay Fab a huge compliment when admitting that if he does indeed get married, "Into You" would serve as his wedding song for the first dance with his wife. There can't be much higher respect than that, as Loso lands a devastating uppercut with the signature "Into You."

WINNER: Fabolous

Round 20: Fabolous' "Breathe" vs. Jadakiss feat. Styles P's "We Gonna Make It"

Both artists end the celebration on a high note, with a pair of fan-favorites in the enduring "We Gonna Make It" and the Just Blaze-produced "Breathe." At this point, they might need to carry Kiss home, as he defers to his DJ to make the final selection of the night.



Overtime: Fabolous

The overtime rounds really showed that Fabolous had a few bullets left in the chamber, as DJ Boof spun a mix that includes some great features like his role on Trey Songz's playful "Say Ahh." Fab fans were left with their hands up wondering what happened in the comments.

Wider Catalog: Fabolous

Fab weaved into the streets and the bedroom with his array of selections throughout the night. Outside of rapping with goliaths like Jay-Z, Fabolous also covers more tender fare with his R&B-leaning hits. Both artists actually left ranging collabs on the table with Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez, among others.

Biggest Snub: Fabolous feat. T-Pain & Jermaine Dupri's "Baby Don't Go" (Point to Jadakiss)

As previously mentioned, Fab left much to be decided when DJ Boof went off in the bonus round. With the fourth quarter deficit being too much to make up, fans called for tracks like FromNothin' to Somethin's "Baby Don't Go," "Baby," and "My Time" featuring Jeremih to make appearances.

Best Banter: Jadakiss

Jadakiss earns this category by a mile. As the drinks kept on flowing, the Kiss of Death rapper only became more entertaining throughout the night. Whether it was Jada cutting off the DJs mid-track, standing up in his matching yellow outfit, or telling Fab this isn't Dancing With the Stars while performing, Kiss probably gave the best solo performance we've seen throughout Verzuz.

Biggest K.O.: Jadakiss

Jada surprised the audience when he broke out Puffy's "Victory" in response to Fab's "Ball Drop." Allegedly the last song B.I.G. ever recorded, the BK legend's rhymes still sound as menacing as they did over two decades later. Fab came close with a knockout of his own with "Into You," which Jada admitted to being his favorite of any Fabolous record and hopes to have him perform it at his wedding.

People's Champ: Jadakiss 

This is D-Block, mighty, mighty D-Block. It was Kiss' night, according to the vast majority of fans in attendance. Some gave Jada the edge in a landslide, but our scorecard has the contest being a little tighter than you may expect. Overall, this is another win for the culture, providing light in a tough year.

FINAL SCORE: 15-9-2, Jadakiss

Sours: https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/9411131/fabolous-jadakiss-verzuz-scorecard
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Stream Jadakiss and Fabolous’ ‘Verzuz’ Battle

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland's Verzuz Instagram Live battle series has produced some legendary match-ups so far, and the latest is yet another New York City-centric entry.

Frequent collaborators Jadakiss and Fabolous went up against each for the latest installment, which kicked off a little bit after 8 p.m. ET on Monday. Jada and Fab utilized some of their most beloved songs for the battle, which follows match-ups that have included Alicia Keys v.s. John Legend and RZA v.s. DJ Premier. 

With careers that span over two decades each, the two rappers dug deep and played a diverse array of songs from their respective catalogs. Jada and Fab's battle was followed by an afterparty with DJ Clue and DJ Envy.

If you missed it, you can check out the battle, which was streamed on Instagram Live and Apple Music, below. 

You can stream the songs that the two rappers played during their battle below via Tidal.

During the battle, Fabolous opened up about his "So Into You" track and why there's one version with Ashanti and another with Tamia. The Brooklyn rapper cited Ashanti's busy schedule and Tamia having to undergo a throat surgery as why things turned out how they did. "Noooooo, Imma text u and tell u the real story," Ashanti wrote in the battle's comments, according to Revolt TV. Tamia later took to Twitter to refute Fabolous' retelling of what went down, saying that she never had surgery.

25 years. 8 albums. 0 throat surgeries. ❤️🙌🏽 pic.twitter.com/FIYrrkJIyT

— TAMIA (@realtamiaworld) June 30, 2020

Elsewhere during the battle, Jadakiss said that he wrote Diddy's "Victory" verse. The song, which was released back in 1998, featured The Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes.

So Jadakiss had to let the world now he wrote Diddy's Victory verse. pic.twitter.com/k0bO53tOtc

— NigelDPresents (@NigelDPresents) June 30, 2020

Mood like... #verzuztv


— Complex (@Complex) June 30, 2020
Sours: https://www.complex.com/music/2020/06/stream-jadakiss-and-fabolous-verzuz-battle

Friday on Elm Street

2017 studio album by Fabolous and Jadakiss

Friday on Elm Street (originally titled Freddy vs. Jason) is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Fabolous and Jadakiss. It was released on November 24, 2017, by Street Family Records, Roc Nation, D-Block Records, Def Jam Recordings.[1][2] The album is preceded by one single, "Stand Up" featuring Future.


Fabolous and Jadakiss have collaborated on a number of tracks, including "Respect It", "The Hope", "B.E.T.", Young Jeezy's "OJ" and Troy Ave's "Do Me No Favors".[3] The album is the speculated horror theme suggested by the title named after two of horror's most popular villains Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees.[4] On January 7, 2017, Fabolous and Jadakiss had an interview with HipHopDX and Fab described the theme of the album during the interview.[5]

"...Jason, you knew he was killer. You knew his work and you knew what he do. Freddy was a killer, and he might be a little more witty, cuz he talk more. The Jason character didn’t really say much, but you knew he was there. You can’t even escape it. Once you heard those footsteps, you knew he was in the area. There’s a lot of comparisons when you want to compare to things, but that was one of the ones we were looking at with Freddy vs. Jason. When it came to villains, they were always the two that were brought up."

Release and promotion[edit]

On February 29, 2016, Fabolous posted a picture on Instagram with Jadakiss with the caption, "Freddy vs. Jason coming soon". This indicates that Fabolous and Jadakiss are releasing a joint mixtape titled, Freddy vs. Jason.[6] On March 31, 2016, Fabolous releases a snippet of a Metro Boomin-produced song on Instagram that will appear on the album.[7] On April 2, 2016, Fabolous and Jadakiss released a freestyle of Future's "Wicked" from his mixtape, Purple Reign (2016).[8] That same day, Jadakiss tweeted "#FreddyVsJason" to promote the album.[9]

On March 16, 2016, Fabolous confirmed he was releasing a project with Jadakiss, "Oh yeah man, he came to my party out at CIAA in Charlotte and we was talking about doing a couple things and one was to do a mixtape[…]I wanna do a mixtape, but we're gonna go through iTunes too."[10] In October 2016, Lenny "Kodak Lens" Santiago, Senior Vice President of Roc Nation, told fans to prepare for the joint project. "Be excited about Fabolous and Jadakiss and what they’ve been talking about for months," he told Rap-Up. On January 17, 2017, the official trailer for the album was released.[11] It's a blend of The Blair Witch Project, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th. It's about a young woman running for her life, only to be disappointed, in tears, and haunted by a familiar yet frightening tune.[12]

On November 21, 2017, the tracklist was officially revealed, and the album's title was changed to "Friday on Elm Street," as legal issues prevented the duo from naming it "Freddy vs Jason."[13]


On January 13, 2017, the promotional single, "Rapture" featuring Tory Lanez was released. The song was produced by Vinylz and Cam O'Bi, which samples Anita Baker's, "Caught Up in the Rapture". The album's lead single "Stand Up" featuring Future was released on October 31, 2017.[14]

Commercial performance[edit]

Friday on Elm Street debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200 with 35,000 album-equivalent units, of which 20,000 were pure album sales.[15] It is Fabolous' sixth US top 10 album and Jadakiss' fifth.[15]

Track listing[edit]

Credits were adapted from iTunes and Tidal.[2][16]


  • ^[a] signifies a co-producer
  • ^[b] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[c] signifies an uncredited co-producer
  • "Ground Up" features background vocals from Luis Santiago.
  • "Soul Food" features additional vocals from Daphne Larue.
  • "Principles" features background vocals from Range.
  • "Nightmares Ain't As Bad" features additional vocals from Kissie Lee.

Sample credits


Credits adapted from Tidal.[16]



  • Dayzel "The Machine" Fowler – recording engineer (tracks 1, 3–10, 12), mixing engineer (track 2)
  • Steve Dickey – recording engineer (tracks 1–9, 11, 12), mixing engineer (tracks 1, 4–12)
  • Aneef Sheriff – assistant recording engineer (tracks 1–9, 11, 12)
  • Ben Diehl – recording engineer (track 8)


  • Rush Dee Williams – keyboard (track 11)
  • Ledarius Wilson – keyboard (track 11)


  • Ted Smooth – producer (track 1)
  • Mally the Martian – additional producer (tracks 1, 11), co-producer (track 7)
  • Reazy Renegade – producer (track 2)
  • Swizz Beatz – producer (track 3)
  • Grade A – producer (track 4)
  • C-Sick – producer (track 5)
  • Neo da Matrix – producer (track 6)
  • Mark Henry – producer (track 7)
  • KidExcluzive – co-producer (track 7)
  • Ben Billions – producer (track 8)
  • Schife Karbeen – producer (track 8)
  • Sean C & LV – producer (track 9)
  • Adrian Younge – co-producer (track 9)
  • Marvino Beats – uncredited co-producer (track 9)
  • Pav Bundy – producer (track 10)
  • Doe Pesci – producer (track 11)
  • Buku – producer (track 11)
  • R8 – producer (track 11)



  1. ^Armstrong, Megan (November 1, 2017). "Fabolous & Jadakiss Give Their 'Friday on Elm Street' Project Black Friday Release Date". Billboard. Retrieved November 1, 2017.
  2. ^ abc"Friday On Elm Street by Fabolous & Jadakiss". Apple Music. Retrieved November 24, 2017.
  3. ^Simmons, Ted (2016-03-01). "Fabolous and Jadakiss Announce 'Freddy vs. Jason' Mixtape". XXL. Retrieved 2016-04-03.
  4. ^Hailey, Johnathan (2016-03-01). "Fabolous Announces Joint Mixtape with Jadakiss 'Freddy Vs. Jason'". Radio.com. Retrieved 2016-04-03.
  5. ^Lamarre, Carl (2017-01-11). "Interview: Fabolous & Jadakiss Still Sitting On "Freddy Vs. Jason" Tomb". HipHopDX. Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  6. ^Smith, Trevor (2016-02-29). "Fabolous & Jadakiss Announce "Freddy Vs. Jason"". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2016-04-02.
  7. ^Goddard, Kevin (2016-03-31). "Fabolous Previews PartyNextDoor Punchline On Upcoming Metro Boomin-Produced Song". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2016-04-07.
  8. ^Goddard, Kevin (2016-04-02). "Fabolous & Jadakiss - Wicked (Freestyle) | Stream [New Song]". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2016-04-02.
  9. ^"NEW MUSIC: FABOLOUS & JADAKISS – 'WICKED (FREESTYLE)'". Rap-Up. 2016-04-02. Retrieved 2016-04-10.
  10. ^Whitt, Greg (2016-03-16). "Fabolous Confirms The 'Freddy Vs. Jason' Album With Jadakiss Is Really Coming Out". Uproxx. Retrieved 2016-04-14.
  11. ^Goddard, Kevin (2017-01-13). "Fabolous & Jadakiss - Rapture Feat. Tory Lanez (Prod. By Vinylz & Cam O'Bi) [New Song]". e.g. Hot New Hip Hop. Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  12. ^"New Music: Fabolous & Jadakiss feat. Tory Lanez – 'Rapture'". Rap-Up. Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  13. ^Mojica, Nick (2017-11-21). "Fabolous and Jadakiss Share 'Friday on Elm Street' Album Tracklist and Cover". XXL. Retrieved 2017-11-21.
  14. ^Penrose, Nerisha (October 31, 2017). "Fabolous & Jadakiss Link Up With Future on 'Stand Up'". Billboard. Retrieved November 1, 2017.
  15. ^ abCaulfield, Keith (December 3, 2017). "Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Spends Third Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved December 4, 2017.
  16. ^ ab"Friday On Elm Street / Fabolous". Tidal. Retrieved November 24, 2017.
  17. ^"Fabolous Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2017.
  18. ^"Fabolous Chart History (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2017.
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