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|The S.O.U.L. Tape|
|Mixtape by Fabolous|
|Released||April 21, 2011|
|Label||Desert Storm, Def Jam|
|Producer||Santana, P-Thought, Bink, Mike Dean, Teddy da Don, StreetRunner, Sonaro, L&X Music, Broadway, Cardiak, Drumma Boy, DR Period, Buckwild, DJ Swivel, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Ryan Leslie|
Similar to There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music EP, this mixtape was released for promotion of his upcoming studio album, Loso's Way 2: Rise to Power. This mixtape was named The S.O.U.L. Tape based on a Twitter poll.
|1||Pain||Santana, P-Thought||3:05||"Pour Out a Little Liquor" and "Pain" by 2Pac|
|2||Wolves In Sheeps Clothing||Paul Cain||Bink, Mike Dean||4:53||"Devil in a New Dress" by Kanye West featuring Rick Ross|
|3||Really Tho||Teddy da Don||3:43|
|4||That's Not Love||Lil Wayne||StreetRunner||3:23||That's Not Luv by Trae featuring Lil Wayne|
|5||Leaving You||Sonaro||2:48||Just to Keep You Satisfied by Marvin Gaye|
|6||In the Morning||L&X Music||3:06||In the Morning by J. Cole featuring Drake|
|7||Drugs (Do This To Me)||Paul Cain & Broadway||Broadway||4:01||Drugs by Lil Kim|
|8||Y'all Don't Hear Me Tho||Red Café||Cardiak||3:27|
|9||Phone Numbers||Drumma Boy||3:15||Phone Numbers by Wiz Khalifa featuring Big Sean & Trae Tha Truth|
|10||Mo Brooklyn, Mo Harlem, Mo Southside||Lloyd Banks & Vado||DR Period||5:11||Mo Money, Mo Murder by AZ featuring Nas|
|11||Riesling & Rolling Papers||Buckwild||2:56||Like Father, Like Son by The Game featuring Busta Rhymes|
|12||Slow Down||Trey Songz||DJ Swivel||4:04||To the Establishment by Lou Bond|
|13||Payback Music||Freck Billionaire||J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League||3:05||Maybach Music III by Rick Ross featuring T.I., Erykah Badu & Jadakiss|
|14||Look at Her (You Be Killin' Em Part 2) (Bonus Track)||Ne-Yo & Ryan Leslie||Ryan Leslie||4:01||You Be Killin' Em by Fabolous|
- ↑ Blanco, Alvin (29 December 2011). Fabolous Unveils New Mixtape Title: The S.O.U.L. Tape Plus: Wednesday's 'RapFix Live' guest Waka Flocka Flame drops new tape featuring Gucci Mane, in Mixtape Daily.. Mtv.
- ↑ Cantor, Paul (29 December 2011). Fabolous Names New Mixtape With Twitter Poll. Mtv News.
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