Fat Joe's 'Pride N Joy' Video Shoot Ft. Kanye West, Ashanti and More
Instagram was flooded with photos from a Fat Joe music video shoot which featured quite a number of guest stars. After losing 100 pounds, Joey Crack wasn't so fat anymore in the visual for "Pride N Joy".
The star-studded video shoot was graced by the likes of Jadakiss, Roscoe Dash, DJ Khaled and Busta Rhymes. Kanye West was also there and was photographed with Joe wearing a gray tank top and some gold chains. The Bronx rapper himself was seen covered in different jackets throughout the shoot with a pair of sunglasses accenting his swag outfit.
Ashanti also came out to support Joe. She tweeted, "Uh ohhhhhh me @joeycrackts @roscoedash & @djkhaled I'm always the only girl! Smh," while on the set. The video was directed by Hype Williams.
Featuring Kanye, Miguel, Jadakiss, Mos Def, DJ Khaled, Roscoe and Busta, the track is expected to appear on Fat Joe's currently untitled upcoming album. The Bink!-produced song features the guests singing on the intro and outro. Joe did not rule out a new version that could possibly come out.
"It's the final version unless there's something I don't know about," he said to XXL. "We did a bunch of s***. Kanye, he mixed that record eight times and he had it in different ways...there's some other real dope parts of that song that we ain't put on there. But, you know, he's Kanye West. He's a genius. He's the best. I argued with him a little, but I let him lead the way, so that's how it is."
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