Fabolous’s There Is No Competition 2 Turns 13

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been 13 years since the release of Fabolous’s highly anticipated mixtape, There Is No Competition 2. The project was the sequel to Fab’s original There is No Competition mixtape and served as a follow-up to his 2009 album, Loso’s Way. Upon its release on March 4th, 2008, There Is No Competition 2 quickly became a fan favorite and solidified Fabolous’s place as one of the top rappers in the game.

There Is No Competition 2 was a mixtape that showcased Fabolous’s versatility as a rapper. The project was a perfect blend of hard-hitting street anthems and smooth, soulful tracks. It featured guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the industry, including Lil Wayne, Cam’ron, Lloyd Banks, and Trey Songz. The production on the mixtape was also top-notch, with beats from hitmakers like J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Ryan Leslie, and The Alchemist.

One of the standout tracks on There Is No Competition 2 was “Body Ya”. The track featured a sample from the classic Biggie Smalls song “One More Chance” and had Fabolous spitting some of his most impressive bars. The song was a hit with fans and helped to cement Fabolous’s reputation as a lyrical powerhouse.

Another highlight of the mixtape was “Money Goes, Honey Stay”. The track featured a guest verse from Juelz Santana and was produced by one of the hottest producers of the time, Drumma Boy. The song was a catchy, upbeat anthem that had fans nodding their heads and rapping along.

There Is No Competition 2 was a project that showed that Fabolous was still at the top of his game. It was a mixtape that showcased his skills as a rapper and his ability to make hit songs. It also showed that he was able to evolve and adapt his sound to stay relevant in an ever-changing industry.

Thirteen years after its release, There Is No Competition 2 still holds up as a classic mixtape. It’s a project that fans continue to revisit and that new fans discover every day. The mixtape helped to solidify Fabolous’s place as one of the greatest rappers of his generation and it continues to be a testament to his talent and longevity in the game.

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Written by KrispyLakersNation

[[Anthony L. McKnight II]] also known as Krispy was Born in Rochester, NY attending the "School Of The Arts" Class of 2009. He graduated with a Regents Arts diploma while studying Creative Writing and other arts. He recently became the founder of the Los Angeles Lakers Fan Club on Clubhouse. His club has hosted several celebrity interviews inside the fan club, from names such as Robert Horry, Gloria James, Mark Medina, Jovan Buha. His favorite hobby is spending a day out in nature, favorite sports basketball & football.

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