Fat Joe, Remy Ma & French Montana Face Lawsuit Over "All The Way Up"

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(AllHipHop News) "All The Way Up" was a huge hit for Fat Joe, Remy Ma, and French Montana. According to multiple reports, the three rap stars are facing a lawsuit over the double-platinum single.

Florida rapper Fly Havana is suing Joe, Remy, and French in New York for not receiving proper credit and compensation for the song. Havana claimed he created the track in 2015 and producer Infared then gave it to Fat Joe.

Joe allegedly presented Havana with a $5,000 check in 2016 and promised him more money at a later date. Sources reportedly told The Blast that Fly Havana signed a release for the music, so Joe insisted the song was not stolen.

"All The Way Up" peaked at #27 on the Hot 100 chart, #5 on the Hot Rap Songs chart, and #1 on the Rap Streaming Songs chart. Roc Nation boss Jay-Z appeared on the record's official remix.

"I reached out to N.O.R.E, because he had a serious relationship with Memphis Bleek. He got Bleek on the phone, and I told Bleek about the plans. He called Jay-Z, and Jay-Z called me back in like five minutes. He said, 'Let’s’ do it. I can’t wait.' The rest was history," Joe told AllHipHop about the collaboration with Hov.

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Welcome to the music business son....More money in the future? If it isn't in writing, then it doesn't exist.