Fabolous Feat. Velous "Gone For The Winter" Video

Posted by , Aug 10, 2015 at 03:16pm

Fabolous and Velous share a video for "Gone For The Winter."


Despite its title, FabolousThe Young OG Project made use of a ton of samples and interpolations of '90s rap hits. One such perpetrator of this is "Gone For The Winter," a Velous featuring cut that borrows from Nas' "Represent" (or, more accurately, Lee Erwin's "Thief Of Baghdad," but we doubt Loso scours film soundtracks from the '20s to find samples). Today, it gets a video.

 In it, we see Fabolous playing a stick up kid, thinking of all the devious things he did. He used roll up for hold ups, stop smiling and demand that nothing move but the money. You could say he's paid in full.

Fabolous and Velous share a video for "Gone For The Winter."

Despite its title, FabolousThe Young OG Project made use of a ton of samples and interpolations of '90s rap hits. One such perpetrator of this is "Gone For The Winter," a Velous featuring cut that borrows from Nas' "Represent" (or, more accurately, Lee Erwin's "Thief Of Baghdad," but we doubt Loso scours film soundtracks from the '20s to find samples). Today, it gets a video.

 In it, we see Fabolous playing a stick up kid, thinking of all the devious things he did. He used roll up for hold ups, stop smiling and demand that nothing move but the money. You could say he's paid in full.

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