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This is the discography for American hip hop recording artist
Paperboy Fabe continued winning beat battles in Atlanta, New Jersey, and California. He was soon introduced to
Da Prynce, which led to a placement on
Da Prynce’s mixtape, “Royal Flush Vol. 1”, hosted by Greg Street.
Da Prynce went on to make a video for the song “Studda”, which Paperboy Fabe produced. The video went viral and was posted on Kanye West's blog. Quickly after,
Da Prynce was signed to G.O.O.D Music, with a large contribution of Paperboy Fabe’s work.
"Side Project Propaganda (Interlude)" featuring Audio Stepchild and
The Prynce | Produced by Jonathan Hay and Mike Smith
would later clarify that the track was not in fact a diss. Rather it was similar to the light-hearted 'insults' that Eminem would inflict on Dr. Dre. An upcoming album to be titled "L.I.O.N." was announced amid this increase in media attention, still containing the G.O.O.D. Music imprint's logo, further indicating that
was still with the label, and on good terms.
Fabbien Nahounou (born May 19, 1984), better known as Paperboy Fabe is an American, Grammy Award Nominated, R&B, hip hop, and contemporary music producer. Paperboy Fabe is from Hartford, Connecticut and now resides in Los Angeles, California. Fabe is best known for his production on
Da Prynce “Studda”, Game “Do It B.I.G” Feat Yung Joc, &
Da Prynce “Thousand Poundz” Feat Pusha T & Pill, and developing Bibi Bourelly's sound.
The official remix was released on May 20, 2011, and features rappers Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka Flame, B.o.B, Yo Gotti, Wale, Big Sean, Cory Gunz, Twista, Bun B, Rick Ross, Dose, Cory Mo, Nelly,
the Prynce, Trae and Ace Hood. The music video for the remix was released on June 28, 2011, and features Nelly, B.o.B, Trae, Yo Gotti,
the Prynce, Dose and Ace Hood.
Soon after, Paperboy Fabe had the honor of working with
Da Prynce again, producing “Thousand Poundz” ft. Pusha T & Pill. The track appeared on the mixtape “Royal Flush Vol. 2”.
"It’s a doozy. Littered with top-tier names like Royce da 5'9",
the Prynce, Kxng Crooked and more, Urban Hitchcock is a quality-filled listen from top to bottom."
"Don't Close Your Eyes (Ashamed)" is from Hay’s upcoming "The Urban Hitchcock LP" with features from
The Prynce, Canibus, Royce da 5'9", Skyzoo, Planet Asia, Professor Griff of Public Enemy, Chino XL and more.
In July, he co-produced "Deluxe: When Music Worlds Collide" with Mike Smith and King Tech of Sway & Tech that features many rappers from several eras that was released through SMH Records and Urban Hitchcock. Hay told The Sun that his frequent collaborator
The Prynce wrote the lyrics to "Famous", the song that caused the public battle between Taylor Swift, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. According to Hollywood Life, a source close to West said, "
is a creative contributor on the song, in which he has been credited accordingly. However, the specific Taylor lyrics were written by Kanye himself."
Kanye West's GOOD Music artist,
The Prynce is featured on the album. Public Enemy member Professor Griff starts the album off and closes it with the topic of Jonathan Hay's adoption. Hay reunited with his biological birth parents through phone in 2015.
Paperboy Fabe got his first major placement on Ledisi’s album “Pieces of Me”. She used the same instrumental that
Da Prynce used on his mixtape, “Royal Flush Vol. 1”, for the song “Studda”. The track on the album is titled “Coffee”. The placement brought Paperboy Fabe his first Grammy nomination.
JSean has opened for some of the industry’s record breaking artists such as Waka Flocka, Riff Raff, T-Mills, Nipsey Hussle and hosted and performed at West Virginia University’s Spring Fling back in April 2016. He also recently teamed up with Kanye West’s artist
The Prynce as a feature on his new song “Long Damn Time”
From opening gigs for Waka Flocka, T-Mills, Nipsey Hussle and Riff Raff to hosting her own SXSW event with Torchy Taco’s in 2015 with her brother. Aesja’s was recently a guest feature on
The Prynce’s latest song “Long Damn Time”.
The music video for 'Dum Dee Dum' was directed by Amos LeBlanc. The video was nominated for a Prism Prize in Canada as well as a Berlin Music Video Award in Germany. Keys N Krates later remixed the track which featured G.O.O.D. Music’s
The Prynce, King Louie, and Tree.
In early 2011, he was featured on the cover of XXL as part of their annual Top Freshmen of the year, along with the likes of other rappers including Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill,
the Prynce, Lil Twist, Yelawolf, Fred the Godson, Mac Miller, YG, Lil B, Kendrick Lamar and Diggy Simmons.
Self Made Vol. 1 is a collaborative album by Maybach Music Group. The album features Maybach's new roster additions, Wale, Meek Mill, Teedra Moses, Pill and Stalley along with Torch and Gunplay of Triple C's. Outside of the label, the album features guest appearances from Curren$y, Jadakiss, Jeremih, J. Cole,
the Prynce and French Montana.
Iliana Eve followed up "Letters" with the single "Long Damn Time" with Kanye West's songwriter
The Prynce. She's featured on "Split Paths" with Eminem's artist Kxng Crooked of Slaughterhouse and "Lost Souls" with Nitty Scott and Pulse gay nightclub shooting survivor Patience Carter. "Lost Souls" was released on the six month anniversary of the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting.
Yusef made an appearance on the G.O.O.D. Music collaborative album, "Cruel Summer", which was released on September 18, 2012. He appeared on the track, "Sin City," along with fellow G.O.O.D. Music artists John Legend, Teyana Taylor,
the Prynce, and Travis Scott.
The first single of "Radioactive" was supposed to be "Gangsta of Love" which featured an outro speech by
Da Prynce and production from Jim Jonsin, but was not officially released by Yelawolf because it was leaked. On July 7, Yelawolf announced that the song would not make the final cut on the album.
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