The Bronx was in the building at the 2016 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night (June 26) as Fat Joe, Remy Ma and French Montana performed their summer banger "All the Way Up."

With an Asian theme in full effect, including a geisha playing the strings, French walked out onstage to get things started. "BET, you know what time it is," he shouted. "Hann!" Joey Crack then came out to kick off his verse. "Nothing can stop me I'm all the way up," the Terror Squad leader rapped.

Remy joined the two Bronx bombers, stepping out in a mermaid-style black dress to deliver her rhymes. "Just left the big house to a bigger house/Ain't have a girlfriend but the bitch is out," she served.

While all three came through with high energy, the missing ingredient was Jay Z, who hopped on the official remix. Though Hov was MIA, French, Remy and Joe held it down on their own.

After the success of "All the Way Up," which climbed to No. 9 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-hop Songs chart, Fat Joe and Remy Ma will release their joint album, Platas o Plomo, later this year. Translated to "money or bullets," the project will be Remy's first official release since her debut album, There's Something About Remy: Based on a True Story, in 2006, while Joe put out his last LP, The Darkside Vol. 1, in 2010.

Watch the Bronx natives go all the way up above.

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