D4L’s Fabo is Starting to See “Flying Cars” on Bankhead

New music from Atlanta’s Fabo as his influences stretches ever farther out from the South

June 23, 2014

Fabo is an unquestioned living legend for certain segments of the rap community--Young Thug even paid tribute in his breakout "Stoner." His group D4L's "Laffy Taffy" either represented the pop peak of "snap rap" or the ultimate devolution of the genre--we're gonna go with the former for argument's stake. The group also gave the world "Scotty" and Fabo's immortal line "I'm starting to see starships on Bankhead," which was flipped in the inescapable LA dance anthem "You're A Jerk" and signaled that Fabo had more to give the world than a single great dance song. "Flying Cars" is a lone cut that follows the out-of-his-mindness of Fabo's post-D4L work. If Detroit kids were writing about "Cosmic Cars" in the 80s, then it only makes sense that the hover crafts would eventually make their way to Atlanta.

Stream: Fabo, "Flying Cars"

Posted: June 23, 2014
D4L’s Fabo is Starting to See “Flying Cars” on Bankhead