Fat Joe - Another Day f. French Montana, Rick Ross & Tiara Thomas (Video)

Joey Crack returns with the premiere visual to his latest track "Another Day" alongside French Montana, Rick Ross, and Division 1 singer Tiara Thomas.

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  • JML-G

    finally some dope stuff from Fat Joe... his previous trap-southern sounding singles was ridiculously wack

    • Kurupt

      Yo I thought you died bruhh. Hows life being someone else on the interwebs? Still going strong? rapnation.me/forum ya bish

  • OnlydaReal

    Sad that Joe has to hang with Officer Ricky and Aladdin to get the youths attention in 2014.

    • marty mcfly

      He put out the best mixtape last year imo with Darkside 3 and Ross wasn't on it. I think the youth today is into softer music so they aint gonna listen to anything too hard. You got these fools with dreads and gold teeth like a killer but then they start dancing like a female when some commercial hip hop comes on. Anyway, this is CRACK

  • OGBobbyJohnson

    That hook by French Montana is literally so wack. Completely ruined the song like he ruined Pusha T's "Doesn't Matter"

    • disqus_pyrGXaSTDx

      na he made that track hot

    • Nigga you like Chief Keef; how can you complain about "wack hooks"?

      This is like Tyga making fun of Earl's hairline.

      Also wack how this is just a remix of one of Chinx Drugz' best tracks. And the hook sounds stupid as fuck. should've just kept the original one.

      • OGBobbyJohnson

        You mad?

  • ✨Mister Draper

    Instead of Latifa giving the okay for them to redo this, she shoulda sang the hook herself or they shoulda just reused La's song for the hook.


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