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Fat Joe – The Darkside Vol. 1 Snippets


1) Intro
2) Valley of Death
3) I Am Crack
4) Kilo (Feat. Clipse & Cam’Ron)
5) Rappers Are In Danger
6) (Ha Ha) Slow Down (Feat. Young Jeezy)
7) If It Ain’t About Money (Feat. Trey Songz)
8 ) No Problems (Feat. Rico Love)
9) How Did We Get Here (Feat. R. Kelly)
10) Money Over Bitches (Feat. Too Short & TA)
11) Heavenly Father (Feat. Lil Wayne)
12) I’m Gone
13) At Last Supremacy (Feat. Busta Rhymes)

Fat Joe – The Darkside Vol. 1 (Snippets)

Here you have the snippet of the banger produced by DJ Premier:

Fat Joe – I’m Gone (Snippet)

The Dark Side Vol. 1 will be released on July 29 on the label E1.

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15 Responses to “Fat Joe – The Darkside Vol. 1 Snippets”

  • Comment from MC_Squarepants

    June 29 or july 29?

  • Comment from SirBiatch

    I love that “I’m Gone” beat! sounds like an instant classic.

    Premo’s really on a roll this year.

  • Comment from AMAru

    damn that’s what I’m talkin’ about, I wasn’t sure how to feel about the beat after the first mini snippet was released, but this one sounds alot better, gotta agree with sirbiatch, that does sound like an instant classic!!!
    can’t wait for hustlas union, this one already smells like a modern classic…

  • Comment from supreemo

    Damn, that new Preem is the shit, i got goosebumps all over. Plus the rest of the album sounds tight also. Prolly gonna cop this right away when it drops, cause of the Premier song. Gang Starr fo eva!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Comment from jj

    ahaha see them features…jeezy , r kelly and lil g…ups Wayne

    but this premo beat OMFG!!! its like a Deja-vu with old memories with hip hop … premo insane producer

  • Comment from Kev

    The preemo song is so dope. Don’t really feel the rest of the album. What up Gim!!!!

  • Comment from Jaz

    That is certainly what Fat Joe did is cross over to the darskide, I really don’t think he should say he is still DITC when he makes garbage with Lil Wayne etc, the money got the better of him, I don’t care that DJ Premier produced a track for him, I lost respect for Fat Joe years ago.

  • Comment from DJ Real

    “Premo on the beat yeah i know it sounds different”

    Of course it sounds different…..hes better than all the rest of the producers youve been using lol -.-

    not dissing your other producers, but you needs to get back with the old crew. the new york sound is the best sound. you know that. buckwild, lord finesse, all of them.

  • Comment from radioraheem

    DJ REAL:

    Buckwild, Just Blaze, Scram Jones, and DJ Premier provided beats for the album! Then obviously, there’s other producers. I mean, give the fat guy some credit here. He tried. You’ll be lucky to find an NY artist using over 4 legendary NY producers for a single album.

  • Comment from T.R.

    “Premo on the beat yeah i know it sounds different, but his man iz just passed…”

    I think there was another beat supposed to be on the album, a more dark and grimey (I think I’ve read it in an interview with Joe or Premier) but now that Guru died, they made kind of a tribute track.

  • Comment from dj big phill

    some of you cats need to move out ya moms basement….this snippet got bangers on it…..Fat Joe is a legend and has managed to hold his own in this over-saturated music game. Sounds like its going to be a well put together record. Just because preemo didn’t do half the record…doesn’t make it whack…(even though I would like a preemo/fat joe record)

    def w/cop this when it drops.

  • Fat Joe HAS paid his dues, sure, but that doesn’t mean he then should be goin and makin the kind of garbage he’s been makin for the last 10 years. He’s had a few good songs here and there over the last how many years, but come on, he’s fuckin wick Wick WACK!! This Primo produced joint is NIIICE though! This is what I like hearing Joe over, real Hiphop shit! Fuck making songs and records for the pop crowd.

  • Comment from phil

    classic beat


  • Comment from 90shiphopfan

    Joe Crack went hard on this one. Looks like a hip hop classic. Dope flow and dope features and producers in this album.

    Valley of Death, I’m Gone, Kilo, and At Last Supremacy are my favorites even though almost the entire album goes hard.

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