DJ Absolut returns with his new single with assistance by Ray J, Ace Hood, Fat Joe, Swizz Beatz & Bow Wow.
Back in 1998, Fat Joe was on his third studio album, Don Cartagena, and he called on Big Pun, Nas, Jadakiss and Raekwon to help him with track-seven. Joined by Mack 10, the group shot a video and the rest is history. RevoltTV recently caught up with The Chef to get his thoughts on the infamous video shoot and what it was like having all those hip hop heavyweights involved at the time.
Facing jail time for tax evasion (seriously… why can’t celebrities just handle their responsibilities like actual adults?), Fat Joe enlists the struggle falsetto of one Future for his latest single. The Darkside Vol. 3, coming soon.
First came the audio, Now Joey Crack drops the latest set of visuals for his new single with Khalifa man and the G.O.O.D. Music Harlemite.
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Cash Money’s latest member T.Rone releases the remix of his single “Hello Love”. Provided by the L.A. Leakers.
Fat Joe taps the Taylor Gang daddy and Ms. Taylor for his latest single. Take a listen below and hit iTunes for a download.
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Directed by Mike D’Angelo
The recently freed former member of the Native Tongues movement gets up with Joey Crack for the visuals to his single.
BACK DOWN MEMORY LANE: Remember When Fat Joe Had An Issue With Jay-Z?
Choke No Joke has unearthed vintage footage of Joey Crack, uh, divulging his thoughts on Jay’s team after Harlem’s Rucker Park Basketball Tournament during the 2003 Source Awards in Miami. You know, I half-expected someone to throw a chair The Boondocks-style at the stage.
* What kind of ratchet awards show was this, exactly?
* Who allowed that random guy (known as “Jamaican Puff Daddy”) to go all Teddy Bruckshot on the microphone?
* Look at all those jean shorts… and is that guy wearing a velour suit?
Directed by Eif Rivera
First came the audio, now here is the visual from Joey Crack’s upcoming Darkside 3 mixtape.
Joey Crack drops the soulful number off his upcoming The Darkside 3 album.
I’m pretty sure it was J57 who was telling me that Chi-Ali just got out of the joint and was in the lab cooking new stuff up. Alas, we get to hear a sample of what’s hopefully more of to come. Produced by Showbiz. Yep, on repeat. Props to BoomTrap.