This past June, Fat Joe was handed a four month prison sentence for failure to file federal income taxes for two years. Despite being scheduled to begin serving his bid on Monday, however, Joey Crack is firmly focused on the release of Darkside 3. (Hey, at least the man has his priorities straight!) Fittingly, the title of the last song release off the project before its Sunday arrival is the judge-themed, Your Honor. Over some classic DJ Premier production, the Terror Squad CEO trades bars with fellow larger than life emcee Action Bronson, even going so far as to brag about his plan to have correctional officers slide him cell phones while on the inside. So, will this two verse loosie and it’s parent project tide fans over during Fat Joe’s impending time behind bars? According to Joey, the answer is yes; after all, they do Love Me Long Time.
Written by DJ Z on 08/24/13
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