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Fabolous was born on November 18, 1977 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as John David Jackson. He is an actor, known for Blade II (2002), Coach Carter (2005) and Honey (2003). See full bio »

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Known For

Blade II Soundtrack
Coach Carter Soundtrack
Honey Soundtrack
Barbershop Soundtrack


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 2019 Trae tha Truth: I'm on 3.0 (Video short)
 2018 Fabolous & Ashanti: Ashanti Remix (Short)
 2018 Lil' Kim: Spicy feat. Fabolous (Video short)
 2013 Cassie Feat. Fabolous: I Love It (Video short)
 2012 Tyga: Rack City (Remix) (Video short)
 2006 Scary Movie 4
 2004 Various Artists: Wake Up Everybody (Video short)
 1995 Eyes on Hip Hop (Video)
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Other Works:

Music video for DJ Khaled: "I Got The Keys" See more »

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Alternate Names:

Fabulous | John Jackson


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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I hate to see somebody get locked up, especially someone as talented as Lil Wayne. You know Wayne is a strong figure in the hip-hop marketplace, and for him to go away for 8 months, you know it's sad for hip-hop as a whole. See more »


Hit album 'Loso's Way' was inspired by Jay-Z's album 'American Gangster' in that they both tell a complete narrative. See more »


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