Drizzy appreciates Fabolous for influencing his career
As big as Drake is in the mainstream industry today, the Toronto megastar has drawn influence from a couple of rappers who came before him. The Her Loss artist took to Instagram stories on Sunday (January 15) to praise New York rapper Fabolous for playing an influential role in his decorated career.
“Wouldn't be anywhere without this guy real shit @myfabolouslife,” Drizzy wrote amid a series of Fab's photos. “Was really just taking in how much you influenced everything for me,” he continued.
Fabolous earned his big break in 2001 when he signed to DJ Clue's Desert Storm and released the album Ghetto Fabolous that housed smash hits like “Can't Deny It” with Nate Dogg as well as “Young'n (Holla Back)” produced by The Neptunes.