Def Jam Compiles Unreleased Materials of Fabolous, Rihanna, Nas


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In one single CD called 'Def Jam Sessions Vol 1.' there will be a selection of unreleased tracks from Fabolous, Ne-Yo, Redman, Bobby V, and Rihanna.

MTV.com has revealed that some unreleased materials from top Hip-Hop musicians such as Fabolous, Nas, Rihanna, Method Man, Bobby V, Redman and Ne-Yo will be molded into one CD called 'Def Jam Sessions Vol. 1'.

The tracks come from songs that didn't make the cut to their recent albums. For Rihanna she spared the tracks 'Haunted' and 'Cry' from her 2007 album 'Good Girl Gone Bad' and as for Nas, he contributes 'The N...' and 'Where Y'All At', taken from 'Hip Hop Is Dead' sessions.

Other tracks in the CD includes unreleased tracks from Ne-Yo's 'Because of You', Bobby's 'Special Occasion', Fabolous' 'From Nothin' to Somethin'', Redman's 'Red Gone Wild: Thee Album' and Method's '4:21... The Day After'.

The compilation will be dropped in stores on December 18.

© AceShowbiz.com


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