Fat Joe ft. J. Holiday - I Won’t Tell

Posted about 9 years ago
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The Elephant In The Room

Fat Joe recently welcomed us all to The Crack House, but unfortunately nobody was interested in coming.  Back to the drawing board, Joe and his Terror Squad representatives agreed that a change to his style was necessary.  On the first official single off the upcoming March release, The Elephant In the Room, Joey Crack enlists R&B crooner J. Holiday (and all the women who have lain in his Bed) for I Won’t Tell.  Joe’s flow is laid back, similar to his previous guest feature work with Jennifer Lopez, and J. Holiday doesn’t try to outshine the Bronx native.  As curious as I am if Joe is referring to himself as ‘The Elephant,’ I Won’t Tell is a certified chart lock.

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