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The two Bronx stars have fun at a lavish night club in New York City in the music video directed by Eif Rivera.
Shot in New York City last summer by director Eif Rivera, the clip will premiere in full on Friday, October 17.
The Terror Squad rapper tweets a farewell note on Twitter and releases 'The Darkside 3' for free before starting his four-month prison sentence stemming from tax charges.
The rapper, whose real name is Joseph Cartagena, is also ordered to pay a 15,000 fine and sentenced to one year of supervised release.
The 'What's Luv?' rapper says he 'super-understands' the charges he's facing when appearing in court to plead guilty for neglecting to pay taxes on the money he earned in 2007 and 2008.
The celebration of Chris Lighty's life and legacy also becomes the moment longtime foes 50 Cent and Fat Joe call a truce on stage.
The slimmed down rapper brought along his Hip-Hop and R 'n' B friends to appear on his latest music video.
Photos from the set of 'Pride N Joy' music video show a slimmer Fat Joe hanging out with Ashanti, Kanye West, and more hip-hop stars.
In the Colin Tilley-directed music video, Joe and Breezy hit the shore and sing praise for the exotic beauties surrounding them.
Despite their past war of words, Joe does not want his former protegee to spend time in prison and wishes her to win appeal against her eight-year prison sentence.
The two New York natives will march on the streets of Big Apple to protest the rise of gun crime in some of the city's toughest areas.
The G-Unit rapper says 'The Darkside Vol.1' will only bow 5,000 copies in its first week on sale and he is 'crying' for that.