Mistah F.A.B. loves to stay busy and looks like he’s hitting the ground running in 2023, dropping off his third full-length project in just four weeks.
On Friday (January 27), the Oakland rapper put out the third volume of his Gold Chains & Taco Meat series, following on from parts one and two released in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
The 10-track project, which features appearances from Philthy Rich, Yung Semi and more, is his second full-length release of 2023, coming on the heels of his smooth, and on occasion Afrobeat-inspired, Hey Baby SayBaby, which arrived on January 13.
But his recent releases don’t stop there. At the end of December, Fabby Davis Jr. also shared the space-themed 10-track project Jupiter, which again features Yung Semi alongside 3LISE and Don Daville.
Check out the three projects below:
Mistah F.A.B. is one of rap’s most prolific artists when it comes to putting out top quality music at a high clip. In 2022 alone he released five albums: Black Designer, The Recycle Bin with Mistah F.A.B., Lambos & Mazi’s, Key to the City, and the aforementioned Jupiter.
When he’s not making music, Mistah F.A.B. can be found supporting his beloved Golden State Warriors, either courtside or when he takes on hosting duties at one of their many championship parades.
Taking his fandom a step further, the Bay Area legend — along with Too $hort, E-40 and Sway Calloway — was invited to join the team during their visit to the White House in celebration of winning the 2022 NBA championship.
“From magazine street to executive suite, you can call me White House Water,” E-40 wrote on Instagram next to photos of him, $hort and F.A.B. posing next to Vice President Kamala Harris and recently-departed speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
40 Water also referred to himself as a “Ballatician” — a nod to his 2002 album Grit & Grind — in another post showing him stood in front of a portrait of former president Barack Obama.
Mistah F.A.B. called the experience a “life changer,” while members of the Warriors squad were happy the Hip Hop dignitaries were present as 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala said it was the “best part” of his fourth visit to the White House.
“Dope event today !!! Dub Nation all day Biiiiiiiitch,” Too $hort added in his own Instagram post, which gave fans a look at his presidential invite.