Jay Z Jumps on the New ‘All the Way Up’ Remix With a Full Verse, Mentions His Marriage, Lemonade, and Prince

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Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All the Way Up" just got another big New York addition: Jay Z. (No beef and just a hint of trolling involved, to boot.) The Brooklyn native features on the song's remix, which premiered during Tuesday's Yankee game, with a full verse — really! — and a few timely references: "You know you made it when the fact / Your marriage made it is worth millions / Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is," Jay raps. "Prince left his masters where they safe and sound / We never gonna let the elevator take him down." The tweaked cut also adds notable updates to Joe's and Remy's verses, and includes InfaRed's and French Montana's original contributions.

Listen to it below via Tidal (or here):

"I turned down some really, really, really big names for [Jay's part on the] remix. Like, the biggest guys on Earth, but was just like, Yo, I wanna keep it New York," Joe teased Billboard ahead of the debut. "It was something on my bucket list forever. God blessed us and it came true. I couldn't sleep this morning because I'm so happy for the people."