Pride N Joy

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"Pride N Joy"
Fat Joe Pride n Joy Single Cover.jpg
Single by Fat Joe featuring Kanye West, Miguel, Jadakiss, Mos Def, DJ Khaled, Roscoe Dash and Busta Rhymes
Released May 23, 2012[1]
Recorded 2012
Genre Hip hop
Length
  • 5:04 (remix version)
  • 3:04 (single version)
Label R4 So Valid
Writer(s)
Producer(s) Bink!
Fat Joe singles chronology
"Another Round"
(2011)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"Instagram That Hoe"
(2012)
Kanye West singles chronology
"Cold"
(2012)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"I Wish You Would"
(2012)
Miguel singles chronology
"Lotus Flower Bomb"
(2011)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"Adorn"
(2012)
Roscoe Dash singles chronology
"Marvin & Chardonnay"
(2011)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
DJ Khaled singles chronology
"Cold"
(2012)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"I Wish You Would"
(2012)
Busta Rhymes singles chronology
"Why Stop Now"
(2011)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"Take You There"
(2012)
Jadakiss singles chronology
"It's Good"
(2011)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)
"Irregular Heartbeat"
(2014)
Mos Def singles chronology
"Stylo"
(2010)
"Pride N Joy"
(2012)

"'Pride N Joy'" is a song written by American rapper Fat Joe. The song features Kanye West, Miguel, Jadakiss, Mos Def, DJ Khaled, Roscoe Dash and Busta Rhymes, although Kanye West and Roscoe Dash are the main features with Roscoe doing the hook and Kanye sharing the first verse with Joe. The other featured artists sing the intro and outro which are the same. According to Joe the record had been mixed eight times by Kanye before its release meaning a remix could have got released in the future.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Pride N Joy" (radio version)
  2. "Pride N Joy" (explicit version)

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Hype Williams and premiered August 26, 2012 on MTV Jams as the Jam of The Week. Mos Def was not available when the video was shot, so Ashanti took his place.

Remix[edit]

The official remix was released on September 17, 2012. The remix features Trey Songz, Pusha T, Ashanti and Miguel.[3]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2012) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 81

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