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Remy Ma & Fat Joe Lean Back Again, Hook Up For New Album: “We’ve Been Working Musically Like Crazy”

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Terror Squad leader Fat Joe and former member Remy Ma have a full-fledged reunion on deck with plans to release a new joint album.

According to Joe, fans may start anticipating a new collaborative effort coming out from them independently.

“Me and Remy just wrapped up a new album,” reveals Joe, who also has film projects in the works. “Just me and Remy. I’m super excited about that. The album is ridiculous. So we’ve been working musically like crazy.” The first single is called “All The Way Up” featuring Joe, Remy Ma and French Montana. As for the title, he has it, but he couldn’t give it away, despite wanting to. (HHW)

A few days ago, Joey Crack revealed a picture alongside Remy on his Instagram page.

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Reports claim the duo hooked up earlier in the week to record a new music video.

In fall 2014, Remy dished on the importance of putting out a record with Fat Joe again.

“Yes, I’ve been speaking to him. We’re trying to find a record we’re going to do together. I told him it has to be big,” Remy said referring to Fat Joe. “After the last record we did together was ‘Lean Back,’ we can’t just throw anything out there. We’re working on that together. I’m just glad we’re in the space where we can call each other, I can call him. He gives me advice like, ‘I think you should do this with your hair. I think you should do this with your clothes.’ But it’s cool. It was actually good advice. I listen to him. I spoke to him and he was like, ‘You took my advice, huh?'” (“Sway In The Morning”)

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Written by Biz Jones

SOHH.com Writer. You're likely to find me covering hip-hop news and music releases. Netflix is still my go-to before Disney Plus.

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