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If there is anything that could take us back to the good ol’ days, it is the J-Lo and Fat Joe collaboration, “Stressin’.” Fat Joe came onto the hip-hop scene in the early 90’s and by 1998 had his own record label, Terror Squad Entertainment. He released hits throughout the 2000s (who could forget how he had us leaning back all year long in 2004) and is back with a brand new J-Lo collab.

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After more than two decades in the industry, he continues to leave his mark on the hip-hop world as both an artist and a businessman.

Fat Joe opened up to Fusion’s Alicia Menendez about growing up in the Bronx when it “looked like Palestine after a war,” homosexuality in hip-hop, his career and Romeo Santos being “the best artist in the world.”

Fat Joe opens up about his career, homosexuality in hip-hop and Romeo Santos

If there is anything that could take us back to the good ol’ days, it is the J-Lo and Fat Joe collaboration, “Stressin’.” Fat Joe came onto the hip-hop scene in the early 90’s and by 1998 had his own record label, Terror Squad Entertainment. He released hits throughout the 2000s (who could forget how he had us leaning back all year long in 2004) and is back with a brand new J-Lo collab.

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After more than two decades in the industry, he continues to leave his mark on the hip-hop world as both an artist and a businessman.

Fat Joe opened up to Fusion’s Alicia Menendez about growing up in the Bronx when it “looked like Palestine after a war,” homosexuality in hip-hop, his career and Romeo Santos being “the best artist in the world.”

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