Fabolous made an appearance on “The Breakfast Club” to speak on everything from his forthcoming album Loso’s Way 2: Rise To Power to his longevity in the game.

During their 30-minute chat, Fab was asked why his popularity isn’t bigger than now. He responded by saying he doesn’t like to rant or “d*ckride” other rappers. He also went into his thoughts on not appearing on Love & Hip-Hop, as well as touched on New York’s recent resurgence in hip-hop.

One of the important things Fab talked about was looking back at his career and reflecting on if he should have changed anything.

“People always ask me why I didn’t join a crew or something like that. I don’t know if that would have changed my legacy or if I would still be here today,” he said. “I remember one time 50 was offering me different things to come and be apart of G-Unit. I didn’t really do it because it was kind of at the time where they were signing Mobb Deep, Ma$e and M.O.P. I didn’t know if I wanted to be up under something.”

Watch the rest of the interview above.