Loso's Way [Explicit]

July 28, 2009 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Label: Fabolous / Desert Storm
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  • Total Length: 1:07:48
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002HO5F5W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,966 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I'd rather hear that then bad lyrics, good hooks but it's not what I expected from Fab.
1738
Today I went to Best buy and purchased the delux edition with a dvd movie and both the cd and the movie are entertaining.
Jason A. Cleveland
I think a lot of people are going to like this album just as much as his previous albums.
Elizabeth Wonderham

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on July 28, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Fabolous has never let me down, I like all of his albums, so I can't say Loso's Way is my favorite. I think a lot of people are going to like this album just as much as his previous albums. I think this album is a little different from his previous albums, but in a good way. I can listen to some of the songs on this album over and over again and not get tired of them. I think Fabolous is one of the hip hop artists you should know about. He makes great music. I have been a fan of Fabolous since his first album came out, and I still love his music. Loso's Way is one of the albums to have in 2009.
My favorite songs on Loso's Way are:
1. Feel Like I'm Back
2. Imma Do It(Feat. Kobe)
3. Everything, Everyday, Everywhere (Feat. Keri Hilson)
4. Money Goes, Honey Stay (When the Money Goes Remix)(Feat. Jay-Z)
5. Last Time(Feat. Trey Songz)
6. The Fabolous Life(Feat. Ryan Leslie)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ------------- on July 28, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This is easily Fab's best album. As most of you probably know, this is concept album, based on the gangster classic movie "Carlito's Way", very similar to how Jay-Z did his American Gangster album based on the movie of the same name. But the whole concept album idea works well for Fab, surprisingly. The production is tight, and the features are alot better as well. And Fabolous has always been a rapper with a very loyal following, and he deserves it because he is a very good rapper with well thought out lyrics and a killer mellow flow. The problem through out his career though has been the fact that he hasnt been able to deliver a great album. He has given us plenty of big singles, and a couple of good albums, but he still hasnt given us an album that truly lives up to his talent. Real Talk was good, but it tanked in the sales department, and Street Dreams was pretty good to, despite its commercial/radio friendly vibe. The biggest problem i had with his last album was that it had WAY to many features. There were 15 tracks, 13 of those had features and that is way to many. When i buy an album, i dont buy it to hear a bunch of other artists, i buy to listen to the main artist. I understand that guest features spice up albums, but lately its been getting ridiculous, especially with rap. But on Loso's Way, he cuts the features down to at least a tolerable amount. And it really helped this album to because some of the best tracks on this album are the ones where Fab's by himself, like on the opening track "The Way", where Fab effortlessly flows over a rumbling mid tempo track, as he attacks his friends turned haters. And then there's the almost inspirational anthem "My Time", where he tells the haters its his time, over the Runners sparse beat.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. H. D. lll on November 22, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Im feeling this album im not in love with it but itz good. Im not a big Fab fan but this album changed my point of view of him. Top 5 songs Salute, Throw it in the Bag, Money Goes, Honey Stay,Everything, Everyday, Everywhere, and Imma Do It
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on November 22, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I have never really been a big fan of Fabolous; in fact, the only songs from him I ever really remember playing more than once are "Young'n (Holla Back)" and "Breathe". But I thought after being picked up by Def Jam he'd produce a worthy album, but listening to From Nothin' to Somethin' changed my mind. Still, I decided to check out his latest album, Loso's Way.

I really don't see why people are considering this a concept album just because it COULD be a reference to Carlito's Way (if Fab explicitly stated it was, I must have missed that interview), but in any case, there really aren't any true standout songs on here, except possibly "Stay" (featuring Marsha Ambrosius). True, the intro "The Way" sets the tone for the album, but I really never understood why rappers have intros that are longer than most of the songs.

But more importantly, since Fab is a rapper of Def Jam, you know what a big problem is: yep, too many guest stars. But the few times he's alone aren't all that great either. "Lullaby" doesn't go anywhere, and as far as "Pachanga" (which samples Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' "You Know How to Make Me Feel So Good"), maybe someone should tell Fab that that refers to a type of music, not a language. And "Feel Like I'm Back" is not only boring but also confusing; I mean, why is a song with that title in the MIDDLE of the album?

Things aren't much better when guest stars come aboard. I never liked "Throw It in the Bag", and Lil Wayne actually makes matters WORSE on "Salute".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mandizzy on October 17, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I'm gonna be honest, I didn't expect much from Fabolous on this album when i first borrowed it from my local library, but now unfortunately its all I play on my ipod. I call it the Fab take over...No pun intended but its honestly a really great album. I cant find one song that I wasn't feeling. And fabolous definitely stepped his lyrical game up. It was funny, deep and just down right entertaining throughout each song. I have so many lines I could quote, but most aren't PG so I'll spear you guys, and give you the opportunity to buy such an amazing album. Somebody please email Nas and let him know that Hip Hop is so not dead.
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