Silver Or Lead.
Named after Pablo Escobar’s reported approach to dealing with the government (the title translates to “silver or lead” in Spanish—or “money or bullets”), the album is a “full circle” moment for the two artists (Fat Joe discovered Big Pun in 1995, who in turn discovered Remy Ma in 2000). And if you let Fat Joe tell it, it’s a “masterpiece.”
“This New York area, y’all better support this,” Joe said during an interview with The Breakfast Club. “You ain’t had no major New York album come out like this in years, with the quality and the hits that’s on this, and we got the mud. And we got the dirtiest rhymes, lyrics, hardcore stuff too. This album is complete from A-Z.”
Locked in at 12 tracks, the album is led by the platinum-selling “All The Way Up” and includes the previously-released “Cookin” with French Montana, “Heartbreak” with The-Dream, and “Money Showers” with Ty Dolla $ign.
- “Warning” f. Kat Dahlia
- “Swear To God” f. Kent Jones
- “Spaghetti” f. Kent Jones
- “All The Way Up” f. French Montana & Infrared
- “How Can I Forget” f. Kent Jones
- “How Long (Interlude)”
- “Say Yes” f. Sevyn Streeter & BJ The Chicago Kid
- “Heartbreak” f. The-Dream & Vindata
- “Cookin” f. French Montana & RySoValid
- “Money Showers” f. Ty Dolla $ign
- “Too Quick” f. Kingston
- “Dreaming” f. Stephanie Mills
Check it out below and cop on iTunes.