Reunited and it feels so good! Former Terror Squad members Remy Ma and Fat Joe have linked up for the first time since the former's prison release to give fans another hit with "All The Way Up" featuring French Montana. Plus, a new album is reportedly on the way entitled Plata o Plomo.
Remy Ma and Fat Joe are no strangers to making hip hop club bangers like the 2004 Terror Squad release hit, "Lean Back." The track was off of the group's sophomore album, True Story.
The new single lets fans see that, despite her 6-year stint in a federal prison, Remy (Reminisce Mackie) is still an incredible lyricist who has never lost her skills.
"Just left the big house to a bigger house/ain't have a girlfriend but the b*tch is out/chanel crock bags [that] ain't even out," are just few of the lines recited by Remy in the Edsclusive-produced track.
Fat Joe spoke briefly on the collaboration and working with the producer back in February, according to Complex.
"It's produced by Edsclusive [a] young up-and-coming producer out here in Miami," revealed the 45-year-old South Bronx native. "The n*gga's incredible. He's the future."
The full album is set to be released this Summer and has been the number one most added new single to urban hip-hop radio stations, according to Fat Joe's Instagram post.
A photo posted by FAT JOE (@fatjoe) on Mar 16, 2016 at 12:53pm PDT
Plata or Plomo resonates from one of the many popular phrases of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and means, "money or bullets (silver or lead)," according to Vibe.
Also featured in the video are DJ Khaled and Mackie's husband, Papoose, whose relationship and wedding were captured in the reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: New York.
(WARNING: Video Contains Explicit Language)