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”.
Back in August, Bronx veterans Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez linked up for a catchy, retro number called "Stressin'," and now Joe's latest track finds him pairing off with one of NYC's younger (aspiring) stars. Brooklyn's Troy Ave lends his reedy voice to Joe's "How U Luv Dat."
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 &ldq
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.
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'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.
Perhaps it would have been easier to make a list of every rapper that 50 and the crew haven't had any altercations with over the course of their 10 years in the game--it certainly would have required less writing.
Last night Jennifer Lopez gave residents of her hometown, The Bronx, the opportunity to catch her in concert for free, throwing an outdoor show at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park. Her first-ever concert in the borough, last night's show was made even more special by the guests J.
When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
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.