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No pastel suits or Chris Brown collabos this time. Just that raw Joey Crack straight from the recovering streets of Haiti.



  • ak

    ill admit, the song itself was a banger, but i dont think it had aaanything to do with haiti..or did i get the wrong message? as far as im concerned the only thing related to haiti is the title, video, and that one dude who said something about bell-something

  • claaa7

    Hot track for sure.. Fat Joe still knows how to make a banger when he wants to. his last two videos were some of the worst music i heard all of last year so it's good to hear he hasn't lost it.

  • ProudHaitianMan

    Now rappers want to go to Haiti to prove how hard they are. I hope he at least helped some people out instead of just putting them in his music video. As a Haitian, its what we've known for years. Americans can come from a block thats poor, but our whole country is struggling. You have no lights for a few days and complain? Some people have never had electricity. Your tap Water doesn't taste so great? Try drinking well water. Bad schools? At least yall have the option of going to school. No hood, project, ghetto or whatever could ever compare to surviving in Cit de Soleil. In the end though: We got nothing to prove. We still here and we not going nowhere. Ayiti STAND UP!

  • Anonymous

    Love this darkside rap. 5 star general.

  • Godson

    Big up slim joe for going to the first black republic home of toussaint louverture!!!!!!!!! Joe crack true hiphop!!!!!!