It's always incredible to see what new accomplishments some of hip-hop's veteran rappers can add to their already impressive resumes.
Such is the case with Fabolous, a rapper with over two decades in the game who recently added a new milestone to his legacy. As reported, the Brooklyn rapper has now been officially recognized by the very place that raised him and inspired his vast catalog of music.
Last week, Fabolous was recognized at Brooklyn's Grand Courtroom in Borough Hall. He was awarded Icon Talks' coveted Icon Award as well as another impressive accolade, with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams presenting him with the official Key to Brooklyn.
Icon Talks founder Jonathon Burns also hosted a discussion with Fab, with the conversation focusing on his life both in the business and music sense.
Congratulations, Fabolous! Very much deserved.
Take a look at some highlights from the Brooklyn emcee's big day in the posts below.
Thank You to the Brooklyn Borough President @bpericadams for presenting me with a Citation, the Key to Brooklyn, & honoring me by naming a street in Brooklyn after me later this year! 📶 I will continue to live by the words of your presentation & keep "bending the wire". @sharoncarpenter @iamjhsa [shot by @evanpierce] #ICONTalks
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