In a recent in recent interview with Fuse, Fabolous explained the meaning behind a few of the tracks his new mixtape, Soul Tape 3. Topics of discussion were "Everything Was The Same," "Thim Slick," and "The Get Back." Before they got to the tracks though, Fab told Fuse about the progression of the Soul Tape covers; he states that going from the Apollo, to Radio City Music Hall, to MSG shows that he keeps stepping it up a notch.
While discussing "Everything Was The Same," he let's viewers know that the beat for the track actually comes from Drake's "Pound Cake" and he also takes the time to shout out Stacy Barthe whose vocals are featured on the track. Fab let's listeners know that Stacy Barthe is a well known songwriter and is making a transition to singing.
He had this to say to about the collab: "So I figure, you know, it would be dope to get her a part of it and let her do her thing on there, and introduce some people who may not know her; I really respect her talent."
Fab had this to say about the Jeremih assisted, "Thim Slick" — "There's different type of females, you know what I mean, there's thick there's slim; what we did was kind of combine thick and slim…there's something right in between there that works too."
To find out what Loso likes about the holidays and the true motivation behind "The Get Back" and the Soul Tape series overall, watch the full interview below.