How Fat Joe & Jay-Z Put Their Silent War To An End [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

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According to Headkrack, rappers Fat Joe and Jay-Z have been silently beefing for almost a decade now, since an alleged incident one wild night at a party in the late 90s to early 2000s. But now, in 2016, Fat Joe and Remy Ma debuted the remix to their popular song, “All The Way Up,” at a Yankees game, featuring a verse by Hov himself.

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While it’s unclear whether Fat Joe and Jay-Z actually entered the studio together to cut the song, for anyone with intimate knowledge of New York’s hip-hop history, this is a very, very big deal. Click on on the audio player to hear Headkrack explain further in this edition of the Hip-Hop Spot!

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