Fat Joe gives back to charity, announces February 10 release date for "Plata O Plomo"The Don Cartagena is a man of the people.

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Dec 23, 2016

Fat Joe has been giving back all week in the spirit of Christmas. Last Saturday he was in his adopted home town of Miami performing for the Heat's Justice Winslow's charity talent show for school kids.

On Tuesday, the Terror Squad Don returned to his original hometown of The Bronx and donated 20 computers to P.S. 146 where he attended as a child.

"Much of my charity work, I do under the radar screen for my community, and hopefully this will inspire others to give back if they can," Joe said on Twitter about his philanthropy.

Not to be outdone, yesterday at his Up NYC store in Manhattan, Joe and the crew had a toy drive for the kiddies. Last night, Joe gave back to music fans by finally revealing the date for he and Remy MA's long awaited Plata O Plomo (in English translation means "silver or lead," a phrase made famous by Pablo Escobar on the Netflix series, Narcos). The album went for pre-order on iTunes and features the Terror Squadians standing in front of the White House.

The Grammy nominated duo also revealed the track listing for the project. Besides French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign and Joe's son RySoValid who have all appeared on previously released singles of the opus, Kent Jones, Sevyn Streeter, BJ The Chicago Kid, Stephanie Mills and The-Dream are among the collaborators. Joe and Remy recently shot the video for "Money Showers" with Ty Dolla to be released in early 2017.

The tracklist for Plata O Plomo is as follows:

1. "Beast" featuring Elley

2. "Swear to God" featuring Kent Jones

3. "Spaghetti" featuring Kent Jones

4. "All the Way Up" featuring French Montana and Infrared

5. "How Can I Forget" featuring Kent Jones

6. "How Long (Interlude)"

7. "Say Yes" featuring Sevyn Streeter and BJ the Chicago Kid

8. "Heartbreak" featuring the-Dream

9. "Cookin" featuring French Montana and RySoValid

10. "Money Showers" featuring Ty Dolla $ign

11. "Too Quick" featuring Kingston

12. "Dreaming" featuring Stephanie Mills

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