Fat Joe & Remy Ma Are “All The Way Up” After Reaching Platinum Status

Terror Squad duo Fat Joe and Remy Ma made a grand return to radio this summer with their first single “All The Way Up” off their highly anticipated album Plata o Plomo.

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After inspiring remixes by rap veterans like Snoop Dogg and Jay Z, sitting comfortably on the Billboard Hot 100 and gracing stages around the nation, the Bronx emcees now celebrate certified platinum status with their infectious anthem.

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Fat Joe took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message about the special milestone in his career.  “I told my sis [Remy Ma] that we could win and win big,” he wrote after thanking fans for their support, especially during times when he didn’t have a hit record on the charts.

We did it INDEPENDENT now that’s MAJOR! the moral of the story is when people tell you it’s over, when people say it can never happen again. that’s just when it’s about to happen. I put my money where my mouth is literally. their is nobody hiding behind door number one. its just a few dedicated warriors that get it and willing to fight for the cause. you have to believe in your self before others can. Of course none of this would be possible without GOD and FAN LOVE. especially the ones that are with us when we don’t have a hit record on the charts. the ones that never forget all the work we put in this game. I told my sis @remyma that we could win and win big. she is now a beautiful smart intelligent business woman I love you remy it’s our time#allthewayup#lookslikeibeencookin

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Remy Ma kept her remarks short and sweet, congratulating her teammate Fat Joe on their accomplishment and predicting future success with the hashtag #OnTheWayToDouble.

French Montana will join the duo on their next single “Looks Like I Been Cookin” set to drop August 1st.

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