FAB.
by JoJo

Album: Mad Love. (2016)

Songfacts®:

  • The title is an abbreviation for "Fake-ass Bitches." Jojo encountered many of these living in Los Angeles.

    The singer told Entertainment Weekly that she got the idea for the song after growing irate with some "fair-weather friends" and hitting the gym for a workout. Inspiration struck on the treadmill. "I was just thinking about the fake people that come in and out of your life," she said.
  • Remy Ma drops a verse on this track, taking some additional swipes at the "fraud broads."
  • Jojo wrote this song with the Australian songwriter Hayley Warner, her producer Jussi Karvinen (aka, Jussifer), and the group Artist vs. Poet (Jason Dean and Joe Kirkland).

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