By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
No artist can stake the claims, in hip hop, that Fat Joe can. While he has never “run” an era, Fat Joe has definitely made a huge hit in every decade he’s been a part of. Most considered Fat Joe done, after 2008, but he proved them wrong, back in 2016.
Since then, Fat Joe has gone to work on his own album, which became a collaborative album with Dre. His music is timeless and people are finally beginning to give Joe his props as a legend. Now, people see him more often, via “Growing Up Hip Hop New York.”
Fat Joe returned to “The Breakfast Club,” this morning, where he spoke to DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. The conversation was about the new album, but also some classic stories, and stories from his childhood. He mentioned how he almost ended the 50 Cent/Ja Rule beef, and also how he was bullied as a child, also discussing his time in prison, where he took on a guy twice his size!
Watch the entire interview below:
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