Just how much paper would Fat Joe have to collect in order to be satisfied? Imagine a stack of bills that extends through the Earth’s atmosphere, into the vast reaches of space, all the way to the end of the universe. So, infinity dollars, practically speaking. Freshly-minted street single Ceilings to the Sky follows Joey Crack on his endless quest to accumulate wealth. Beatsmith Kent Jones provides a swanky, string-sampled backdrop for the Bronx veteran’s high-rolling bars, and director MindMuscleCX offers a visual depiction of his lavish lifestyle, set in the streets of Miami. This “viral joint” isn’t part of a larger project, but we’ll keep you posted on Fat Joe’s plans moving forward.
Written by richard on 02/21/13
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