Even though Mistah F.A.B.’s music can occasionally be carefree, the Baydestrian does way more than just freestyling and yellow bus riding. When he’s not mentoring younger artists and cultivating The Thizz Nation, Fabby Davis is standing up for issues he feels strongly about and this ongoing Treyvon Martin saga was one he couldn’t let slide.
Speaking from the heart on the disgusting details surrounding the loss of an innocent young man, F.A.B. attempts to keep hope alive atop somber key strokes and wailing electric guitar licks, in efforts to further spread a message that deserves to be heard. This might not be your new favorite jam, but hopefully you find reassurance knowing certain rappers will stand-up for more than money and females once in a while.
Mistah F.A.B. – “God Don’t Love Me (RIP Trayvon Martin)”