History has been made as Jay Z added a blistering verse to Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s “All the Way Up (Remix).”

If you didn't know, Hov and Fat Joe ended their long-standing feud at Beyonce’s “Formation” World Tour last week in Los Angeles. Following their truce, Jay Z must have went into the studio and did Fat Joe a solid by giving him a 16 bar verse for the remix.

On the Cool & Dre-produced song, the Roc Nation leader name drops his daughter Blue Ivy, Tupac Shakur and Prince in the same verse.

"Blue looking like Pac in the tub / David LaChapelle levels of not giving a f--- / Prince left his masters where they safe and sound / We never gonna let the elevator take him down," he raps.

Jay also addresses the hype surrounding Beyonce's Lemonade album, rapping, "You know you made it when the fact / Your marriage made it is worth millions / Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is."

Meanwhile, Fat Joe calls their historic pairing an act from God.

"This wasn't me this was God's doing / And this time I won't finger roll, Pat Ewing / They ain't wanna see the Squad and the Roc / Now they chasing the Wraith like mister Softy's on the block," he spits.

Hopefully, the remix will lead to more collaborations between Jay Z and Fat Joe. But for now, this is a good look.

Listen to the remix below and tell us what do you think?

Listen to Fat Joe & Remy Ma's "All the Way Up (Remix)" Feat. Jay Z

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