Lifted as the second single from his sophomore album Street Dreams, Fabolous‘ “Can’t Let You Go” was one of his many hits in 2003. The track reunited the Brooklyn MC with R&B songstress Lil Mo, who he previously worked with on 2000’s “Superwoman (Part 2),” and singer-songwriter Mike Shorey. Produced by Just Blaze, “Can’t Let You Go” reached the top 5 of Billboard’s Hot 100 and peaked at No. 2 on the Hot Hip-Hop & R&B Songs chart.
Did You Know? Fabolous is featured on two of Lil Mo’s biggest singles, 2001’s “Superwoman (Part 2)” and 2003’s “4Ever.”
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Beyoncé is all smiles as she covers the February issue of Glamour Paris. Photographed by Michelangelo di Battista, Knowles talks about her eating regimen while pregnant. “I’ve been really conscious [about food]. I’ve been trying my best not to lose control,”she said. Check out more shots from the magazine below.
While other female artists are building their brand and being productive, Inga is mooning and throwing cellphones at people. Jesus be a fence! A Brooklyn judge dropped charges that Foxy Brown violated a court order by mooning her neighbor, Irene Raymond, after Raymond refused to testify. “While the district attorney’s office has no doubt the defendant committed this crime, we have no other choice but to dismiss this case,” District Attorney Robert Isdith said.
Prosecutors said Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, violated the order in July 2010 by screaming at Raymond before bending over, baring her butt and showing her underwear while shouting an obscenity. Raymond filed a restraining order against Foxy in 2008 after the MC plead guilty to menacing her with a cellphone.
Remembering the good times…