Fabolous draws in crowd at SU


On Saturday, Fabolous made Shippensburg University stand up on its feet and rock the Ceddia Union Building.

As DJ Supaman started spinning the hits for the Statewide Party, the crowd became amped and anxious for Fabolous to take the stage.

The clock hit midnight and it was time for the performance of a lifetime.
Fabolous took the stage at midnight exactly with not a minute to spare; he held the stage down for an hour of non-stop heart racing hits and crowd favorites.

Fabolous fans anticipated him to sing older hits, while some of the fans wanted all new-school from his latest mixtape, “There is No Competition 3: Death Comes in 3s” which was released on Christmas Day 2011.

Fabolous pleased fans by performing a mix of both generations of his music.
He performed some of the crowd favorites such as, “Holla Back” “Can’t Let You Go” “I’m So Into You” “Superwoman” and he ended the performance with his most recent chart-topper, “You Be Killin’ Em.”

Fabolous would have loved to sit down and give both The Slate and WSYC an in-depth interview, however due to time contraints he was unable. He did willingingly and appreciatively answer a few questions.

When asked, how he felt performing for a college campus, and being at the core of an audience Fabolous said, “I feel good, Shippensburg is a school that represented real for their school. The crowd was very excited, and it turned my excitement up.”

Fabolous drew in an enormous crowd. More than 800 people, a mix of SU students and general public spectators, showed up to his perform

The Multicultural Affairs Committee (MAC) of the Activities Program Board (APB) hosted the concert and party at Shippensburg University.
MAC and APB did an amazing job at promoting the event and coordinating the critical details of the party.

The event from an outsider’s perspective ran smoothly, and appeared to go off without a hitch.
A major congratulations and thank you should be extended to MAC and APB for putting on such a great event for SU students to enjoy themselves at.

The Statewide Weekend concert and party were extremely successful, and allowed SU students to enjoy one last concert before the end of the semester arrives.

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