Fat Joe and Jay Z Ended Their Beef And Now They Are Getting Money Together
(AllHipHop News) New York veterans Fat Joe and Jay Z are proving that old beefs can be settled, for the sake of doing business.
After years of bad blood between the two men, they squashed their differences when Jay hopped on the remix to Fat Joe, Remy Ma and Infared's hit single "All the Way Up."
Now, as Fat Joe readies his new album Plata O Plomo with Remy Ma, it has been revealed that Fat Joe is signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation
Jay and Roc Nation will help Fat Joe promote and market the new album and various aspects of his career.
In a previous interview with AllHipHop.com, Fat Joe said he always wanted to work with Jay Z, despite the years of animosity.
"I've always been a big fan of Jay Z and an admirer of his music and what he's done as a businessman," Fat Joe told AllHipHop.com. "It was always on my bucket list to work with him.”
Since the "All the Way Up," remix and the announcement of the deal, Fat Joe and Jay were working together via Tidal.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma released their single "Cookin" and "Money Showers," singles and videos via the streaming music service.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma's 12 track effort Plata O Plomo is due in stores on February 17 and features guest appearances from The-Dream, Kent Jones, Ty Dolla Sign, Stefanie Mills, French Montana, BJ the Chicago Kid and others.