Civil TV: Fat Joe And Remy Ma Discuss Veteran Statuses, Thoughts On A Big Pun Hologram And More
by Staff Editor
Believe it or not, it’s been over 10 years since we’ve heard Fat Joe and Remy Ma come together for a huge smash hit, which helped them to rule the summer of 2004.
The Terror Squad duo has had many up’s and down’s in their personal lives since the chart-topping record sent them into superstardom, but fast forwarding to a decade later to today, the two have another anthem blowing up the rap game. “All The Way Up,” featuring another Bronx favorite, French Montana, has gotten thousands of weekly radio spins, and the momentum isn’t slowing down as the warm weather approaches.
We got a chance to sit down with both Joe and Remy, where they got very candid about a slew of topics, including their thoughts on being back on top for another New York summer, being considered a “veteran” in the game, and Remy’s decision to join Love & Hip Hop this past season.
They even discuss the idea of a Big Pun hologram, being that the new phenomenon is becoming popularized after Tupac, Eazy-E, and soon Biggie, have all been formulated as one. “Anything we can do to get our brother around, it would be amazing,” Joe admits.
Joe even tells a hilarious story of when he tried out hip hop’s younger generation with his record called “Instagram That Hoe,” and the fans were not here for it. “They wanted to stab me to death,” he exclaims.
Check out the full Civil TV interview with Fat Joe and Remy Ma below to hear all the stories.