UPDATE: A video for the hard hitting track is now available.
Over a classic Marvin Gay sample, Fat Joe raps about moving bricks (“Joe Crack been slippin the feds since the 80’s/Moving that white boy, yeah that’s “Slim Shady”), and being swagged out (“The only J’s that matter is the rock piece and this/TS logo diamonds dripping on the Fashion Nova”) on his new street single Pullin.
Following a quick chorus and verse from Dre Of Cool And Dre. Lil Wayne takes over with a solid closing verse. “I never knew how much you never knew of what you never knew,” Wayne raps “I’m from the jungle not the pettin zoos and you look edible/Silence on the Glock, cause I’m just tryna to hold the noise.”
Listen to Fat Joe’s new heat below.