With the recent explosion of "All the Way Up" remixes, it was only a matter of time before Jadakiss put his own spin on the popular Fat Joe and Remy Ma record. Over the catchy Cool & Dre-produced instrumental, Jada delivers pure heat for a minute and a half with his signature raspy flow. Spin it below.

Jada wastes no time as he gets straight to the hard-hitting bars.

"Reason n*ggas die, they don't know how to live enough/They can tread water, but they can't swim enough/Nah, I'm built for the physical outing/Besides that, I'm filthy like municipal housing."

The NYC veteran then closes the freestyle with his tightest lyrics, rapping, "Extendos, no need for keeping the nines tucked/I'm kickin' you off the ladder for tryna climb up, yup/I'm overlookin' the city/I'm all the way up, I'm like Hova lookin' at Biggie."

So, who had the best verse out of all these remixes? Was it Jay Z on the official remix? What about Meek Mill or Fabolous on their joint freestyle? Does Jadakiss take home the cake? Or do you simply prefer the original version with Joey Crack, Remy Ma and French Montana? Let us know what you think by dropping a comment below.

And if you can't get enough Jada, read up on his upcoming collaboration 'tape with Fabolous, or check out photos from the Bad Boy reunion concert.

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