DJ Kay serves up his latest single, ” Free Again,” featuring New York’s 50 Cent and Fat Joe. Despite their previous beef, it looks like any bad blood between these two is squashed as both emcees come together to deliver a dope new track. The StreetRunner producer track finds both rappers in a comfortable space as they kick aggressive rhymes over a bouncy sample based instrumental. “Free Again” will be featured on DJ Kay Slay’s upcoming LP, Rhyme or Die.
Fat Joe links up with Revolt TV to speak on what life was like in prison for him and how he was able to adapt. Interestingly enough, Joe mentions that he was locked away where he didn’t even have access to see or feel the sun. The New York emcee also opened up about what it was like to surprise his daughter with his early homecoming just before Thanksgiving and much more.
If you missed it, here’s some footage of Fat Joe recently making it home just in time for Thanksgiving and surprising his daughter with his presence after being released from prison early. Fans will recall that Joe had to take go away for a few months on tax evasion charges. The video of the special moment caught on tape originally appeared via DJ Nasty’s Instagram.
Fat Joe reflects on some less than happier times in his life with his new single, “PAIN,” which is featured on the incarcerated rapper’s Darkside 3 mixtape. Obviously shot before Joe had to turn himself in on tax evasion charges, the black and white visual keeps things simple with the New York emcee performing to the camera on some stairs. Aerial shots of the city can also been seen flying across the screen along the top and bottom. Take a look at Joe’s latest visual for his soulful street banger.
DJ Absolut delivers the visual treatment for his new star studded single “All We Know.” The party anthem features the likes of Swizz Beatz, Ace Hood, Ray J, Bow Wow and Fat Joe. The visual takes viewers appropriately to the club as the track finds all the artists celebrating their success as they lace the track with lyrics focused on their lavish lifestyles and expensive habits.
He may still be locked up behind bars but New York MC Fat Joe keeps the momentum going for his Darkside III mixtape with a new music video for “MGM.” Directed by Eif Rivera, the black and white visual finds Joe performing to the camera throughout different locations in his city and pushin’ in the Maserati with a fine woman in the passenger seat.
As Fat Joe begins his four month sentence in prison, the Terror Squad MC makes sure he leaves the fans with a new music video for “Darkside 3 Intro” off his new mixtape Darkside III. The black and white visual shows off the New York MC performing some deep and introspective rhymes in a church and surrounded by luxury vehicles with the occasional exterior prison wall scene which most likely eludes to Joe’s current situation. Check out the video below.
Before turning himself in today to begin his four month sentence at Miami’s Federal Detention Center for tax evasion, the New York rapper drops off a parting gift with his Darkside III mixtape. According to Joe, he really took it back to his gritty roots and laces tracks over strictly boom-bap style of production. CLICK HERE to download Darkside III.
Fat Joe leaks a new cut titled “Your Honor” off his upcoming Darkside III mixtape. Produced by DJ Premier, the New York MC gets reacquainted with his gritty roots and shows off his lyrical skills. The sample based song finds Joe dropping introspective bars about his life and even addressing the judge who recently sentenced the rapper to four months in prison for tax evasion. Action Bronson also showcases a verse on the song which finds the Queens native fitting right in on Premo’s production. Take a listen to the audio/video stream below and look out for Darkside III dropping on August 26..
Fat Joe recently stopped by Power 105 for a very candid and in-depth interview with The Breakfast Club. Joe gets right into it and gives everyone some much needed clarification as to how he found himself in trouble with the IRS for tax evasion and shares his thoughts on having to turn himself in to begin his four month sentence on August 26. The Terror Squad MC also admits to listeners that he doesn’t get the respect he believes he deserves as an lyricist. Joe also reflects on New York’s trouble past and breaks down exactly why he gravitated towards Miami’s evolving Hip Hop scene. After co-signing artists like Rick Ross and DJ Khaled as brothers, Fat Joe continues the interview with discussing his use of the N word and his opinion of its meaning. Before calling it a wrap in part one, Joe fills the fans in on what happened with Terror Squad and kills rumors that his crew was previously beefing with DJ Kahled.