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Fat Joe & Remy Ma Recruit Snoop Dogg, E-40 & The Game for Westside Remix of 'All the Way Up'

Fat Joe and Remy Ma
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Fat Joe and Remy Ma at Club Aces on March 7, 2016 in New York City.

Nothing can stop Fat Joe and Remy Ma as they continue their ascent with the Westside remix of their smash hit "All the Way Up," featuring West Coast reps Snoop Dogg, E-40 and The Game

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Snoop appears first, floating through his sixteen "like Elroy Jetson" before The Game steps in and Milly Rocks on the Cool, Dre and Edsclusive-produced beat. E-40 rounds out the California-based sequel by dropping bars about his lavish life with courtside seats and $10,000 worth of diamonds in his teeth. 

The single, which also includes contributions from French Montana and Infared, recently got a huge co-sign from Brooklyn OG Jay Z, who offered a verse on the first official remix in May. Meek Mill and Fabolous also spun their own version that same month. 

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Terror Squad's own Fat Joe and Remy Ma will be tearing it up for a forthcoming joint project titled Platas O Plomo due later this year. For now, spin the Westside remix below and cop it on iTunes here