Lefabian Williams, better known by his stage name Fabo, is an American rapper, producer, songwriter and former frontman of the snap music group D4L. Fabo is currently signed to Atlantic Records, and has gone solo. Fader called Fabo "an unquestioned living legend for certain segments of the rap community" and said that "Young Thug even paid tribute in his breakout 'Stoner.'"
|Birth name:||Lefabian Williams|
|Born:||Nov 30, 1983|
|Origin:||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|Occupation(s):||Rapper, record producer|
|Associated acts:||D4L, Soulja Boy Tell Em|
|Website:||Fabo's Official site|
|Twitter:||Fabo's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Fabo's Facebook profile|
American rapper and producer who previously fronted the influential snap music group D4L, who broke out with the international smash hit "Laffy Taffy" in 2006. He began releasing music as a solo artist in 2008 and has earned acclaim for mixtapes like 2014's We Amongst U.
He grew up in a crime-ridden neighborhood in the Atlanta area.
His biggest song with D4L, "Laffy Taffy," broke the Nielsen SoundScan record for most digital downloads in a single week with over 175,000 downloads.
His real name is Lefabian Williams. His grandfather inspired the dance seen in the music video for "Laffy Taffy."
He performed alongside rapper Shawty Lo in D4L from 2003 to 2006.
Information related to Fabo
- Rappers from Atlanta
- Southern hip hop musicians
- American hip hop record producers