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American rapper Mistah Fab AKA F.A.B is not dead



It was earlier reported that Oakland rapper died but the news is said to be true rather Mistah Fab actually lost his little brother instead.


Initially, on Tuesday morning a post made by Therealnoreaga through his official Twitter page claimed the rapper died this morning.

The shocking news of his death came to our notice through an Instagram post shared by Therealnoreaga on Tuesday Morning. As at the time of filing this report Mistah Fab’s cause of death was not disclosed.

Asย  officially posted by Nore on Tuesday morning through his Twitter page: – ‘”Where He said, “Woke up to sad news !!! Rest In Peace Mistah fab Lil bro… the only Oakland dude I hit a corner wit!! @ Oakland, California “


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He is a singer-songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and a popular rapper the country has ever known, he was a community organizer and activist. Mistah F.A.B. is a backronym for “Money Is Something to Always Have โ€” Forever After Bread.”

F.A.B.’s music career began in the late 1990s when he was discovered by Jazzy Jim and Gary Archer. He was featured on a slew of Mac Dre’s Thizz Nation mixtape compilations and quickly gained prominence for igniting the San Francisco Bay Area Hyphy Movement.

With a burgeoning national interest in Bay Area hip-hop around 2005 with his single in December Yellow bus shortly followed by the album Yellow Bus in January 2006, F.A.B. became the subject of a major-label bidding war, signing with Atlantic Records that September, under a subsidiary, Thizz Entertainment.

Real name is Stanley P. Cox, born on January 23, 1982, in Oakland California, he was the son of Stanley Cox Sr.

Mistah Fab was raised by his mother and grandparents. He attended Oakland Technical High school and Emery High School before he later graduated.

Mistah F.A.B., began his musical rise in Oakland, CA, as a young artist signed to Straight Hits Entertainment, where he dropped his debut album, Nig-Latin in 2003.

Although this album garnered some success and recognition, F.A.B.’s recognition came from his skills as a battle rapper. F.A.B. won battles against the likes of Clyde Carson from The Team and Royce Da 5’9.

His popularity leads to F.A.B. getting signed to Mac Dre’s Thizz Entertainment in 2004.

Under Thizz ENT, F.A.B. blossomed as a front runner in the Bay Area’s Hyphy movement. With songs like “Super Sic Wit It,” “N.E.W. Oakland,” and “Kicked Out The Club,” F.A.B.’s Son of a Pimp album was an instant success around the Bay Area, with featured collaborations Dre, E-40, Turf Talk, and G-Stack of Oakland heroes the Delinquentsโ€”as well as Kanye West.

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