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Fat Joe teams up with viral producer Amorphous for “Sunshine (The Light)”

Aaron J. Thornton/Getty ImagesFat Joe, aka Joey Crack, is back with a music video for his infectious anthem, “Sunshine (The Light).

The Terror Squad OG declared his status in the rap game on the breezy track, which features an Amorphous-created mashup of Luther Vandross‘ “Never Too Much” and Rihanna‘s ANTI single, “Kiss It Better.

“She want that old thing back / Pretty young thing want that old G crack / Straight savage when I got my Fenty on, Do the D’USSÉ with a touch of DeLeón,” spits Joe.

Giving off summertime vibes, the Ivan Berrios-directed video finds Joe toasting his successes on a yacht with Diddy and “Sunshine” co-producers, DJ Khaled and Cool & Dre. The lavish visual continues with the guys partying with a band of beautiful women and 22-year-old Amorphous getting busy on the turntables.

Amorphous, whose birth name is Jimir Reece Davis, went viral for his Luther-Vandross-Rihanna mashup last November. He uses a computer, $30 headsets, audio equipment and his musical talents to create captivating song mashups on social media. 

“[It’s] just the beginning! I hope y’all don’t get tired of seeing and hearing me everywhere all year!” tweeted Amorphous.

Meanwhile, Fat Joe and DJ Khaled have been busy promoting their basketball game. According to Joe’s Instagram, the exclusive match-up premieres Jan. 25 on OnlyFans, the content-based subscription app recently joined by Cardi B, Tyga, Blac Chyna and more.

By Rachel George
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