According to Bradley Torreano of All Music, "his easygoing image and boyish looks appealed to the producers of Brandy's television show, Moesha, giving him a role on the UPN series as Dorian "D-Money", a role he played from 1999 until the show ended in 2001. The lead single "Wait A Minute" peaked at #30 on the U. Billboard Hot 100 chart and #8 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. After a two-year break, Norwood returned to recording studios, adding the finishing touches on his third studio album Raydiation with help from producers such as Rodney Jerkins, Timbaland, R. A joint venture by Sanctuary Records and Ray-J's own label, independent Knockout Entertainment, the album was finally released on September 27, 2005 in North America after several delays, debuting at number forty-eight on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 18,321 copies in the first week.
His millions fortune comes from the albums and singles he released, sold and performed.
Fabolous and Emily gave birth to 2 sons, Johan Jackson and Jonas Jackson.
Fabolous has been shot once, it was in 2006 in his right leg and he got treated and it is good now.
In 1989, at the age of eight, Norwood began auditioning for and appearing in television commercials; he played the foster son in The Sinbad Show, from 1993 to 1994. Norwood also worked with the Neptunes, Rodney Jerkins and Lil' Kim, and several other producers and singers for his second studio album This Ain't A Game.
This period in Norwood's life would shape his acting career. The album was recorded over 18 months, and was released on June 26, 2001 with Atlantic Records.