All The Way Up (Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. Jay Z & French Montana
Well looks what we have here. Before Jay Z sets the Summer on fire with his upcoming anthem with DJ Khaled & (possibly Future), the Roc Nation boss decides to hop on Fat Joe & Remy Ma’s monster smash “All The Way Up” and give it the remix treatment along with French Montana.
Love You To Pieces
Fat Joe Feat. Bryson Tiller
In what may be a surprise for some, a random Bryson Tiller & Fat Joe collab has surfaced online tonight, and various reports are saying it’s an unreleased oldie (as you might be able to tell by Bryson’s voice). According to his recent RapRadar podcast, Fat Joe says he had his eyes on a young Bryson Tiller and even tried signing him before all his recent success, but instead settled with recording a couple records with the young phenom. And tonight, one of those records has presumably surfaced online called “Love You To Pieces.”
All The Way Up (Remix)
At the beginning of March, Fat Joe and Remy Ma, with assistance from French Montana, took back the New York sound real quick. Their collaborative single, "All the Way Up" has been buzzing ever since, and the remixes are just starting to pour in.
All The Way Ghost (Freestyle)
For a while last year, Styles P was dropping off an onslaught of new freestyles over some classic instrumentals, however that all slowed down over a period of time. Today he’s decides to get back to the bars, and share two more freestyles he recorded for the fans dubbed “Friends” & “All The Way Ghost.”
Fat Joe Feat. Diamond D & Lord Finesse
Early on in 2016, the Diggin' in the Crates Crew has revived the spirit with which they dominated New York in the late '90s. Every Monday, they've been releasing new collabs from various members of the crew. Today's drop, "Rock Shyt," comes from Fat Joe, Diamond D, and Lord Finesse, who doesn't produce, and, instead, hands over that duty to Supa Ugly.
All The Way Up
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana
Fat Joe has previously hinted at a joint project with Remy Ma, and with the release of new single, "All The Way Up," he's delivering on the promise. Billed as a single from Joe and Remy, "All The Way Up" captures the early 00s New York spirit the two were known for with their Terror Squad work, while keeping a foot firmly in the now. French Montana serves as the ambassador of the city's new wave, giving the song some of his unique energy and bringing all the sounds together.
Diggin' In The Crates Feat. AG, OC & Fat Joe
The Diggin' in the Crates crew has been lyrically feared for 25 years. The tragic demise of Big L in 1999 ended the crew's reign of terror on mic, as they disbanded in the year 2000. DITC is still a respected name in the streets of NYC and beyond, especially now that the gang is finally getting back together. With a DITC album slated to drop this spring, they return with a new track called "Diggin' Numbers."
Make ‘Em So Proud (Hold Up)
Fat Joe, AG & Diamond D
The legendary D.I.T.C. collective comes together for a new track today, with Fat Joe, A.G. and Diamond D dropping verses on "Make 'Em So Proud (Hold Up)". The record has a classic New York sound, bringing us back to the early work of the group. From the looks of it, there seems to be a project from the collective in the works, something we would definitely be happy to see. The Lord Finesse-produced track is the first new D.I.T.C material we've heard in over a decade.
DJ Absolut Freestyle
After inviting AZ to spit some vintage NYC bars for last week's installment of "Mixtape Mondays," DJ Absolut gets an appearance from another New York legend --- Fat Joe. Fat Joe may be 45, but if this freestyle is any indication, his bars are still as lethal as ever. Working with a souled-out production from Frado, Joey Crack dispatches any and all haters to with ease, and even drops an Earl Boykins shoutout for good measure. Abso-mothafuckin-lut!!
We Takin' Over
DJ Khaled Feat. Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman & Lil Wayne
Tomorrow, DJ Khaled will drop his eighth studio album I Changed A Lot. But judging from the tracklist, he hasn't changed much in his instinct to stack his albums with an almost comically thorough assemblage of the biggest names in hip hop and R&B.
Fat Joe Feat. T.I.
A week ago, DJ Absolut dug into his crates and served up a remastered version of the forever-teased "If I Shoot You" remix. The mix features Raekwon, Havoc, Kanye West, and Consequence. Today he follows that up with another throwback gem, featuring a smaller line-up of Fat Joe and T.I.
Make It Rain (Remix)
Fat Joe Feat. Lil Wayne, R. Kelly, Birdman, Rick Ross, T.I. & Ace Mac
Scott Storch's name is back in the headlines again, but not for the best reasons. The super-producer has had a rough few years, but while the recent news that he's declared bankruptcy makes it seem as though he's still struggling, Storch's career is on a steady up-turn.According to the legendary beatmaker, he's not only clean, but he's got collaborations with Rick Ross and Chris Brown on the way. The thought of a Storch renaissance had us revisiting some of his classic productions, and we landed on Fat Joe's stacked "Make It Rain" remix for this week's throwback track.
Angels In The Ceiling
DJ Absolut Feat. Fat Joe
DJ Absolut usually likes to recruit a plethora of artists for a large posse cut, but today he’s changing things up a bit and calling on only Fat Joe for the lonely feature on his latest single “Angels In The Ceiling”.
Don't Do It
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fat Joe, French Montana & Rico Love
Even though he just dropped off The Last Hip-Hop Disciple back in May, DJ Kay Slay is already working on his next project, Rhyme Or Die, which is slated to drop sometime later this year. To promote the upcoming project, Slay decides to treat fans to the album’s first single tonight titled “Don’t Do It”, featuring Fat Joe, French Montana, & Rico Love.
Hot Nigga (Remix)
The "Hot Nigga" craze is still in effect. After hearing some of the industry's hottest names jump on it, including Juicy J, Jeezy, T.I., Ace Hood, and others, we now have a new verse from the Terror Squad boss Joey Crack.
Fat Joe Feat. Jennifer Lopez
A few weeks ago, Bronx buddies Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez premiered their new collabo "Stressin'" on Funkmaster Flex's show. Unfortunately, that meant his tags were all over the record, but fear not, a CDQ has just been liberated.
Fat Joe Feat. Jennifer Lopez
Fat Joe's first song of 2014, the French Montana and Rick ROss-assisted "Another Day," was a surprisingly big hit for the once-huge Bronx MC. Now he looks to follow it up with some more heat, sharing "Stressin'," a song that features fellow upper borough resident Jennifer Lopez.
Fat Joe Feat. Rick Ross, French Montana & Tiara Thomas
Fat Joe is back with a brand new track (Okay, for now on we'll leave the rhyming to the emcee's, right?), this time in the form of the feature-heavy "Another Day," marking appearances from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Tiara Thomas. We're not sure why Fat Joe insists on surrounding himself with bigger, better artists but we're grateful, still. Not that Fat Joe is any bad, he's a fixture and remains amazing, but when French and Rozay duel their bars out, it's going to be the most memorable part of the track.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. 50 Cent & Fat Joe
Give Free Again (Prod. By Street Runner) a listen - it's a new offering from DJ Kay Slay, featuring 50 Cent & Fat Joe. It was dropped on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014. DJ Kay Slay's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Free Again (Prod. By Street Runner) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work DJ Kay Slay has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what DJ Kay Slay has in store.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fat Joe, Ghostface, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, McGruff, N.O.R.E., Lil Fame, Prodigy & Rell
DJ Kay Slay debuted the music video for "Keep Calm" yesterday, and today he's back again with another big posse cut, harkening back to the 90s for "90s Flow." Of course he recruited artists that were 90s staples, including Fat Joe, Ghostface Killa, Sheek Louch, N.O.R.E. and more. The track will live on Slay's upcoming album Rhyme Or Die as well as his mixtape The Rise of A City.