Fat Joe Calls Himself A “KRS-One Groupie,” Performs Flow Joe On The Spot + Freestyles (Video)

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Fat Joe’s history can be deceiving. A household name, globally-recognized icon, Joe Crack is also a founding member of D.I.T.C., and has at least two albums that are hardcore Hip-Hop gems. If anybody knows this, it’s Sway Calloway, who’s has Joe on his shows for over 21 years and counting.

So when Fat Joe stops by Sway In The Morning, Mr. Calloway and Heather B ask Joe about his Bronx beginnings, getting down with Diggin’ In The Crates, and have him perform his breakthrough Diamond D-produced single, “Flow Joe.” The Terror Squad leader rises to the occasion, and recalls attending Boogie Down Productions shows prior to “South Bronx.”

Additionally, post-1998 Fat Joe fans will get some updates on his relationship with Remy Ma, and how 1993’s Represent became so star-studded with assistance from Diamond, Kool G Rap, Grand Puba, The Beatnuts, Chi-Ali, Showbiz, and others… but if that’s not enough, Fat Joe rocks a freestyle.

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