War & Hip-Hop: Papoose Unleashes Lyrics Of Mass Destruction With Fat Joe (Video)

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Fat Joe not only reunited with Remy Ma in the biggest way possible last year, he made a connected collaboration with her husband. Following the Grammy-nominated success of “All The Way Up,” Joe and Pap’ linked for “Back On My B.S.” For two MCs who were spitting rugged raps in the 1990s, this song is a testament to their ability to keep the skills in tact.

The video (which features Remy Ma making several appearances) finds Joe Crack and the “Alphabetical Slaughter” mastermind in their New York streets. From the Bronx to Brooklyn, these artists aim to make yet another anthem that moves the city. From exotic cars to fancy jackets and glistening jewels, this video features lots of allure. But the best thing are the bars. Pap’ provides one of his most animated performances, while Joe leans back with a slower flow, where each word resonates.

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“Back On My Bullshit” is from the BK MC’s Hoodie Season 3, coming soon.