“I’m a nightmare on Fridays, call me Freddy, Jason…”
Fabolous jacks yet another Nas beat for his eleventh edition of his #FridayNightFreestyles series. This time styling over the legend’s “The World Is Yours,” the Brooklyn native incorporates the week’s happenings (shoutout to D. Rose), while using his usual wordplay prowess to make reference to Nas’ home borough.
“That’s why I bullshit with them generic hoes/ Hit it and show no emotion like I’m Derrick Rose/ Bend ‘em over put ‘em in the Walls of Jericho’s/ But I need Queens not Hillside and Merrick hoes,” he raps.
Keeping the now-storied “dead presidents” line in tact, Fabolous racks up more points for consistency, as he continues to pay homage while adding his own flavor to each ‘90s classic. While clearly a lyrical exercise, rap fans have begun to look forward to each of these rap bench presses every weekend. Full-fledged mixtape, anyone?
Press play on Fabolous’ “The World Is Yours” #FridayNightFreestyle below: