Fat Joe’s latest sneaker pickup picks up where his last left off, as following up on the ‘Bobcats’ and ‘Infrared’ Air Jordan Xs he shared last month comes a pair not slated to hit retail for another six weeks or so. This ‘Venom Green’ Jordan 10 is the third new makeup for the AJX already this year, and one of the best parts is the interplay of the new neon green shade and translucent ice sections on the achievement-filled outsole. Stick with Sneaker News for the latest as we approach the March 22nd drop date and let us know how these compare to the ‘Indiglos’ and ‘Altitudes’ of the world.
Before Joey turns himself in tomorrow for his four month bid for tax evasion, he hits us with The Darkside 3 mixtape which features production from Premo, 9th Wonder, Streetrunner, Cool & Dre and BX/DITC brethren Diamond D. Hit the jump for the tracklist/download link.
Fat Joe is scheduled to turn himself in on Monday to begin his four-month sentence for tax evasion, but before he takes his leave of absence, Joey drops off a brand new tune. Linking together with fellow New York talents Action Bronson and DJ Premier, the trio of artists share a new track titled "Your Honor," and the two emcees proceed to do their thing over to head-nodding Premo beat. The track is set to appear on Fat Joe's new project Darkside 3, which is set to drop tomorrow. Taking to Twitter Joe Crack went on to share the following about the track and upcoming project.
Before Joey Crack reports to the slammer, he’ll release The Darkside 3 mixtape this Sunday and the DJ Premier-produced “Your Honor” will appear on the project. Here’s a radio rip of the joint which features Action Bronson. Audio courtesy of RapXclusive. PREVIOUS: Fat Joe – Love Me Long Time f. Future (Video)
With Fat Joe currently experiencing his own set of legal issues, the visual for his new "Love Me Long Time" track appropriately kicks off in a court room. As the song deals with relationship struggles, the video then of course depicts just the same. Both Joey Crack and Future are featured throughout the aesthetic, which you can check out now by pressing play above. Do you guys enjoy the recent collab between Fat Joe and Future?
Back in 1998, Fat Joe was on his third studio album, Don Cartagena, and he called on Big Pun, Nas, Jadakiss and Raekwon to help him with track-seven. Joined by Mack 10, the group shot a video and the rest is history. RevoltTV recently caught up with The Chef to get his thoughts on the infamous video shoot and what it was like having all those hip hop heavyweights involved at the time.