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Fat Joe


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Fat Joe (nacido como Jose Cartajena el 19 de agosto de 1970 en el Bronx, New York), también conocido como Fat Joe Da Gangsta, Joey Crack, Bronx Terra o Crack, es un estadounidense de ascendencia puertorriqueñas y cubanas. Joe fue muy popular en la escena del hip hop underground durante principios de la década de los 90. Fue también miembro de los D.I.T.C. Crew («Digging in the Crates»), junto con los respetados raperos Diamond D, Lord Finesse, O.C., Showbiz & A.G., Big L (fallecido), y su gran amigo Big Pun (fallecido). Fat Joe también está afiliado al rapero del Bronx KRS-One, ya que ambos están comprometidos al arte del graffiti.


Después de que su protegido el rapero neoyorquino de origen puertorriqueño Big Pun llegara al éxito con su dueto con The O’Jays en «I’m Not a Player» y su remix más popular «Still Not a Player», junto con el cantante de R&B Joe, Fat Joe comenzó a seguir sus pasos. Su single de 1998 «Bet Ya Man Can’t», con Big Pun y otros miembros de Terror Squad como Cuban Link y Triple Seis, fue un éxito masivo. Poco antes de la muerte de Big Pun, Joe y Pun colaboraron con Jennifer López en el éxito «Feelin’ So Good» de su primer álbum On the 6 producido por Sean Combs .

Con el lanzamiento de J.O.S.E. (Jealous Ones Still Envy) en 2001, Joe se anotó otros dos éxitos con «We Thuggin’», con la superestrella del R&B R. Kelly cantando los coros, y «What’s Luv?», con la colaboración de la por entonces nueva artista Ashanti, convirtiéndose en una de las canciones del 2002.


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  • philipsemmler

    Hey! Would you mind helping me suggest auto correction from "Fat Joe feat. Lil Wayne" ( ---> "Fat Joe" ( Thank you so much in advance

    21 Nov 0:19 Responder
  • Hdosso49

    The Darkside is dope man

    6 Nov 23:32 Responder
  • Nataly_V

    Stressin' (feat. Jennifer Lopez) ♥ [2]

    18 Oct 13:58 Responder
  • GodofDeathMetal

    LOL they censored his moobs! Look!

    3 Oct 5:14 Responder
  • Vladislav-TrAsT

    first albums are classic

    29 Ago 8:36 Responder
  • lewismusic

    Stressin' (feat. Jennifer Lopez) ♥

    1 Ago 1:24 Responder
  • OG-Gurda

    overrated as hell, his music does not deserve any attention in my opinion.

    31 Jul 17:56 Responder
  • doforlove

    Another Day is dope.

    5 May 15:47 Responder
  • mightyscooop

    tfw my only fat joe plays are make it rain and make it rain remixes

    1 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Ermideris

    DSIII is great effort by Joe!!

    7 Sep 2013 Responder
  • dennis7

    DS3 Great Album!!!

    27 Ago 2013 Responder
  • ploveskicks

    The Darkside III!

    26 Ago 2013 Responder
  • WuMember

    money destroyed him, but i still dig his first album. ditc crew.

    24 Jul 2013 Responder
  • DickBigems

    Joe has made some dope music and has very good beat selection. Rapping isn't amazing, but it's good enough. Co-sign s. perrotta.

    21 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SimonePerrota

    It's hardly the be all and end all but how can you say that if someone in their respective field has been around for a while it "doesn't mean shit"? You have to look at it in the context of his career and what he's done to achieve it - he's not scraping by or putting out albums for peanuts. Yes this doesn't automatically mean he's dope but it's a noteworthy facet. Joe's been part of several different eras in hip-hop and hasn't dropped off the radar like so many others. A.G. (a more talented rapper (from Joe's old camp as I'm sure you know)) has been around for just as long but Everything's Berri was fucking dreadful. Joe's last effort was impressive. People put too much stock in skill when rating certain rappers... "Comparative lack of ability to others" is hm obvious. Whether or not it's obvious is fucking irrelevant. What I'm saying is that it's a weak excuse to pan his music. You're regurgitating what I posted without really engaging with it and holding Joe to an invisible standard.

    16 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheAbbott

    As usually I'm not aware of disputes and rap affairs, the "comparative lack of ability to others" is hm obvious. Listen to the posse cut 1,2 Pass It for example and name the mc or the verse that is worse than him/his. The lack of longevity might indicate a here today, gone tomorrow story, however, the presence of longevity doesn't mean shit. Some people clearly don't see the longevity you're describing in his discography. I don't either.

    11 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SimonePerrota

    Underrated might have been a better choice in hindsight but I’m not appending the word “underappreciated” to the barometer of success (I’m aware that Fat Joe has done quite well in terms of sales and exposure); I’m appending it to quality. I’m not saying that dude has been putting out dope album after dope album but his releases have generally been solid at the very least. A lot of people write Joe’s music off on the basis of a few petty disputes, ghost-writing accusations and a comparative lack of ability to others. Someone can be successful (or at least established) in one department (be it commercial or underground) and still not get fair dues (acclaim etc.). Longevity (to avoid any more confusion: sustained success + output of a decent level as opposed to the mere continuation of releasing music) goes some way to indicate that Joe has credibility as a rapper – credibility that I feel isn’t always acknowledged.

    1 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheAbbott

    lol still putting out material after 20 years doesn't mean you gotta listen to it. Saying the discography of a rapper with half a million listeners on this site plus tons of videos and huge airplay (at least some years ago) is underappreciated is ridiculous, stop misusing this word, there are dope cats out there struggling to release their debut album.

    26 May 2013 Responder
  • whoasd

    Summer Up 2013 !

    5 May 2013 Responder
  • SimonePerrota

    v Obviously...

    23 Mar 2013 Responder
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