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Fat Joe and JLo Reunite for All New Track 'Stressin'

Fat Joe and JLo Reunite for All New Track 'Stressin'

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announce the release of the new single "Stressin'" by Fat Joe. The single track project is currently available for download on the Coast 2 Coast website. The single features an appearance from Jennifer Lopez, and is produced by the infamous Rico-Love.

Joseph Antonio Cartagena, better known by his stage name "Fat Joe", collaborates with old friend JLo in his new single "Stressin'". As a CEO of Terror Squad Entertainment and a famous rapper, Fat Joe has worked with many great artists such as Remy Ma, LL Cool J, Nas, Diddy, Jadakiss, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Ludacris and many more. Ever since his debut album "Represent" was released in 1993 his songs have been hitting the top spots of the Billboard chart. Known for his controversial subject matter and full-toned style, Fat Joe switches it up with a club-style for his new hit "Stressin'".

Announcing that "the Don Cartagena has returned", Fat Joe doesn't hold anything back with this instant hit. JLo says it best, "Do we look like we stressin'? Cause we ain't." Illustrated in the lyrics of this single, Fat Joe and JLo depict the high-life of poppin' bottles and rockin' designer labels. Out of the spotlight for some time, Fat Joe jumps right back in with this work of art. Be sure to keep up with this duo on their twitters at @fatjoe and @JLo.

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