Sonaro Discusses "Cuffin' Season" and His Relationship With @MyFabolousLife
Published on Feb 26, 2014
TheFactsRemain.com recently sat down with Sonaro for the second time to discuss his most recent placement, "Cuffin" Season". The smash hit comes courtesy of Fabolous on his "S.O.U.L. Tape 3" mixtape, which has garnered a double platinum certification on Datpiff (500,000+ downloads).
Sonaro's no stranger to being featured on such high profile projects. He's been a fixture on Fabolous' recent mixtape run, dating back to his 2010 "Body Ya" placement on There Is No Competition 2: The Funeral Service. The Far Rockaway/Bed Stuy native continues to stand out amongst the competition, adding this recent placement to his catalog of street anthems.
"Cuffin' Season" has national appeal despite it's regional success. The record itself addresses a subject individuals active on the social scene throughout the nation can either relate to through personal experiences or anecdotes of their immediate colleagues. Listeners are able to replace venues such as "La Marina" (New York), King Of Diamonds (Miami), or Club Liv (Miami) for their city's popular venue to receive the same message Fab delivers in a melodic manner via his two verses.
Paul Cain's laid back, yet blunt, lyrics for the chorus serves as the focal point of the record, providing the streets, clubs, and any other hangout where the record is played, the perfect sing-a-long. His words address the desire of women heavily involved with the nightlife during the warmer months willing to give attention to men ignored the moment the summer breeze turns frigid.
All and all, Fabolous has delivered yet another classic anthem that will surely keep the tour bus rolling for the remainder of 2014. Can we expect a video come summertime? Maybe a monster remix featuring Ross, Drake, Jeezy and Wayne?
The future remains uncertain.
Be sure to download "Fabolous' S.O.U.L Tape 3" EXCLUSIVELY on Datpiff.