Though Fabolous is generally regarded as somewhat of a New York street icon, he has no problem letting his softer, gentler side prevail over bubblegum vibes. Sliding over the melodic, up-tempo instrumental, Loso drops the thuggish exterior to take it back to the “Trade It All Days.” Penning a love-letter to a mystery woman, Fab borrow the contemporary “oou” flow like an uncle borrowing the latest “lit” lingo.
It’s hard to say who the demographic for this one might be, but Fab is too capable to truly falter, even when he does occasionally recycle themes; sad to say, but we’ve heard the romantic declaration too many times to count at this pint. Even the generally stalwart presence of Ty Dolla $ign feels a little bit tired, given his recent ubiquity; at this rate, the last thing we want is a Ty Dolla $ign over-saturation. Still, the fact remains that “Oh Yeah” is enjoyable enough to vibe to, though perhaps lacking in replay value.
What you want, what you want, bae?
All the light restaurants, bae
I can get it for a lunch, bae
Buy a Ghost just to haunt, bae
No, you ain’t a saint but you can get some Saint Laurent, bae
Know you smoke puffs but you looking like a joint, bae