Mistah F.A.B.
Stuntin’ To Death

Mistah F.A.B. is the self-elected “spokesperson of this hyphy shit.” A disciple of the late Mac Dre—who many credit as the Godfather of the hyphy movement—the Oakland native released his first indie album, Nig-Latin, in 2002. That was followed by 2005’s Son of a Pimp, which included the Bay Area smash, “Super Sic Wit It.” The following year, the hyphy movement exploded nationwide thanks to E-40’s hit, “Tell Me When to Go.” Suddenly, Oakland became a hip-hop hotbed, prompting labels to jump on the hyphy bandwagon. Taking note of his talents and regional success, Atlantic Records quickly scooped up F.A.B., ...

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