With their collaborative album coming out later this year, Fat Joe and Remy Ma followed up their huge summer single “All The Way Up” with the single “Cookin”. It features fellow Bronxite French Montana and up-and-coming rapper RySoValid. This will be their second single off their upcoming joint album Platas O Plomo.
“All The Way Up” reached mass success: attaining platinum status with one million units sold, reaching #27 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 on the US Hot Hip-Hop Chart. Jay Z blessed the song with a feature on it’s remix, earning the single even more air play on the radio. “Cookin” has the similar hard beat filled with trumpets and bass, which can now be expected out of a song featuring Fat Joe and French Montana. Fat Joe is looking to hit on two straight singles as he returns to hip-hop relevancy.
Back in 1996 Shaquille O’Neal dropped his You Can’t Stop the Reign album and despite a whopping seventeen tracks there was one that was conspicuously missing. “The Bigger They R”, featuring Fat Joe, Big Pun and Easy Mo Bee didn’t make the cut due to legal reasons unbeknownst to us. But now, thanks to the powers of the internet the track is finally out, eighteen years later. Produced by Domingo we get verses from Shaq, Fat Joe, Big Pun, and even legendary producer Easy Mo Bee. Listen after the jump!
Joey Crack won’t let incarceration stop his promo game, dropping the visual for the StreetRunner-produced “MGM” off his Darkside 3 tape. Directed by Elf Rivera.
Joey Crack stops by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club program to speak on his legal problems, his beef with 50 Cent, The Darkside Vol. 3 , losing weight and more. Check out the second part of the interview after the jump. Read More
Fat Joe drops the video for his “Love Me Long Time” collabo with Future. Directed by Elf Rivera.
Joey Cracks drops the visual for his “Ballin” single with Wiz and Teyana Taylor. Directed by Elf Rivera.
In this clip from Jay-Z’s Life + Times, Rap Radar’s Elliott Wilson answers the question “Are veteran MCs trying too hard?” by evaluating LL Cool J’s “Ratchet”, Fat Joe’s “Instagram That Hoe“, and Eve’s “She Bad Bad”.