12:34 PM PT — fat barley and uncle luke Burying the hatchet and clearing the air about who discovered it — and whose credit…with FJ admitting, yes…it was Luke.
Fat Joe joins Uncle Luke on Instagram Live to respond to his comments about Track Daddy and Pitbull getting “on.”
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The two hip-hop legends hopped on IG Live to set the record straight, with Joe Joe clarifying that he didn’t claim to have found either. Pitbull or come on dadrather — only enhanced their music and helped them become even more than before.
Luke seemed to agree with this characterization, and they left on peaceful terms.
Fat Joe’s latest round of storytelling lands him in the crosshairs of Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell…who doesn’t agree with Joe’s recollection of Florida’s key rap timeline.
Joe was a guest Math Hoffa“My Expert Opinion” over the summer – where he claimed to be the first introduction to the legendary future track Diddy & Pitbull… and turned their early demos into successful career launches – as Don who he He says he is.
Joe also took credit for beating his fellow Bronx rapper French Montana – But the founder of 2 Live Crew, who just came across the interview, could not eat the ideas of Pitbull and TD and dug into the bag of receipts … which Rick Ross Found it very interesting.
He actually commented under Luke’s long caption, laughing at his choice of word.
However, Luke says that it was he who put Track Daddy through their 1996 plant-busting anthem collaboration “Scorched” – recorded right after TD came home from prison and launched his career. .. suggesting that FJ was full to claim. He had discovered.
The proud Miami native said the same for Pitbull … noting that he signed the Cuban megastar to his Luke Records imprint during his career, which took place in 2001.
Bottom line…Luke directly contradicts Joey’s recollection of events, and dares him to set the record straight, as he says he has proof of his memory returning. Not only that, but Luke said he really digs it DJ Khalid Out of obscurity and made it mainstream too.
Joe has yet to respond — but the friend has been taking a lot of flak for such stories lately — including the claim that Latinos were equally important. The creation of the hip-hop genre.
Originally Posted — 11:51 AM PT