October may be in the wind, but Fabolous and Jadakiss will be bringing the horror vibes to us on Friday, November 24th. The pair of New York lyricists will finally be delivering their upcoming project Friday On Elm Street, previously known as Freddy Vs. Jason, and fans looking for some of that iconic street sound will no doubt rejoice. And while the project's lead off single, the Future assisted "Stand Up," was a somewhat unexpected direction, a Billboard account of the album's listening party indicates that "he rest of the project strays away from sounding similar to the first single." Therefore, if you were one of those who wasn't crazy about the debut single, you might yet be in luck.

I mean, this is Fabolous and Jadakiss we're talking about, so you know there's going to be some bars on deck. According to the same listening session report, the eleven track project features nine joints of Loso and Kiss, with two solo cuts from each respective artist. There's also supposedly a track called "Talk About It," which was actually the first song recorded for the project. The track is said to deal with the topic of Black Lives Matter and police brutality, and finds Fab spitting the line "They say it’s justice, I say it’s just us." 

Apparently, Fab wanted to enlist some legendary New York producers to provide the music, but the timing didn't allow for it. Instead, they opted for "who had the best music," and confirmed a couple of appearances from Swizz Beatz. As for additional vocals, guest appearances include Teyana Taylor, Future, and French Montana. Be sure to mark your calendars for Black Friday, November 24th, and soundtrack your shopping with some new music from Jadakiss and Fab.