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Kenny Smith Is Pushing Fat Joe’s New Album On Inside The NBA

TNT analyst Kenny Smith is obviously a fan of Fat Joe, or they got really cool in New Orleans during All-Star Weekend because the TNT crew usually doesnt do promo shoutouts and solicitations to purchase demands for artists, but Smith shouted out Fat Joes new collaborative album with Remy Ma, Plata O Plomo  and tells the millions of Inside The NBA viewers to pick it up.

TNT analyst Kenny Smith is obviously a fan of Fat Joe, or they got really cool in New Orleans during All-Star Weekend because the TNT crew usually doesnt do promo shoutouts and solicitations to purchase demands for artists, but Smith shouted out Fat Joes new collaborative album with Remy Ma, Plata O Plomo  and tells the millions of Inside The NBA viewers to pick it up.

Then he told Shaq that Fat Joe sends his regards. Shaq said tell Joe I said, “what up.”

Kenny responded, “Gotta shout my guy cause he killed it All-Star weekend for me. ‘All The Way Up’ is one of the new joints… he and Remy Martin have an album out.”

“Nothing can stop them they’re all the way up !”


He seemed really excited. 


When you think about it, its just good business for Smith to ride this wave of newfound popularity that Joey Crack and Remy Ma are enjoying in the aftermath of her very descriptive, personal and revealing Nicki Minaj diss that sent earthquakes throughout a lyrically-dormant rap industry. .

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Smiths daughter Kayala Brianna is an R&B singer who also is an aspiring actress and fashion designer. 

Shes had some rising success as she is a 2017 Best New R&B Artist nominee at the upcoming iHeart Radio Music Awards(without her Dads influence), but could definitely enhance her profile if shes featured on a Fat Joe or Remy Ma joint at this juncture.  


JR Gamble joined The Shadow League in 2012. The Deputy Editor and Senior Writer is in his 23rd year of covering sports and culture professionally. He has covered a wide variety of major sports and entertainment topics across different mediums, including radio, magazines and national TV.

His passion is baseball, the culturing of baseball and preserving and documenting the historically-impactful accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans in baseball.