Better Than Original?: Yes

Fabolous' attempt at a soulful ode about trading all of his wealth and assets for a girl was what "Trade It All" so explicitly portrayed in its title. However, Fabo took it up a notch on on "Trade It All Pt. 2" with a load of Diddy ad-libs, a banging beat that's essentially a sped-up version of the original, and a guest verse from Diddy that includes lines like "Now who gonna' stop us/who gonna knock us/Top us, we can't find coppers to lock us." It's like part two of "Trade It All" made up for any weak spots of part one-making it that much better.