Fat Joe and Remy Ma head to The Breakfast Club to engage in an hour-long conversation about their upcoming project and how they remember Big Pun.
Somehow, Papoose and Remy Ma have come out of Love & Hip Hop looking like regular people. It’s quite the amazing feat. In the interim, Pap drops off the video for the “Back On My Bullshit” featuring Fat Joe and Jaquae.
Joey Crack and Remy Ma unveil the artwork and tracklisting for their long-awaited collaborative album titled Plata O Plomo dropping on February 10, 2017. The artwork finds the duo standing outside the gates of the White House (where Donald Trump will soon reside). The album features the likes of Kent Jones, BJ the Chicago Kid, The-Dream, Stephanie Mills, French Montana and more.
1. Beast (ft. Elley)
2. Swear To God (ft. Kent Jones)
3. Spaghetti (feat. Kent Jones)
4. All The Way Up (feat. French Montana & Infrared)
5. How Can I Forget (feat. Kent Jones)
6. How Long (Interlude)
7. Say Yes (ft. Sevyn Streeter & BJ The Chicago Kid)
8. Heartbreak (ft. The-Dream)
9. Cookin (ft. French Montana & RySoValid)
10. Money Showers (ft. Ty Dolla $ign)
11. Too Quick (ft. Kingston)
12. Dreaming (ft. Stephanie Mills)
Papoose, Fat Joe and Jaquae fire a number of punchlines into the air on “Back On My Bullshit.” Hoodie Season 3 is coming.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma slow it down a bit with Ty Dolla $ign on the Cool and Dre produced “Money Showers.”
Joey Crack, Lord Finesse and Diamond D represent for D.I.T.C. in the video for “Rock Shyt” and heighten anticipation for the 2nd D.I.T.C. album this year Sessions.
Diggin In The Crate members Fat Joe, Diamond D and Lord Finesse flex their lyrical chops off on “Rock Shyt” along with the announcement of yet another D.I.T.C. album this year. Sessions drops on October 28.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma may have struck gold again with another summer smash with a little assistance from French Montana and RySoValid on “Cookin.”
Take a trip down memory lane as the D.I.T.C. crew travel through their history on “Make ‘Em So Proud” with the lyrical stylings of Fat Joe, AG and Diamond D.
Thanks to Jay Z’s nod to Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal with his lemonade line, Chi Duly and Mick Boogie add Guru to the remix to the Fat Joe, Remy Ma and Jay Z anthem “All The Way Up.”