When not taking the time to aim and fire at Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma lends the assist to A$AP Ferg to represent for the coast on “East Coast.”
Remy Ma wasn’t satisfied with her vicious 7-minute tirade against Nicki Minaj on “ShETHER” and comes back with the appropriately titled “Another One.” Does she do it again?
Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj have been throwing subliminal jabs at each other for some time now. But Remy decides that enough is enough and goes at Nicki’s jugular over Nas’ legendary diss track on “ShETHER.” If there were any questions about their beef, that all ends here as Remy targets her by name and talks about everything from her career and relationship with Drake and Lil Wayne to her sex life and butt implants. Whoa.
With the recent release of Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s collaborative album Plata O Plomo the pair took to Jimmy Kimmel Live! alongside Ty Dolla $ign to perform “Money Showers” in celebration.
Fat Joe and Remy Ma head to The Breakfast Club to engage in an hour-long conversation about their upcoming project and how they remember Big Pun.
Remy Ma catches a body on the remix to Phresher’s “Wait A Minute.” Is she taking a shot at a female rapper in particular?
Joey Crack and Remy Ma unveil the artwork and tracklisting for their long-awaited collaborative album titled Plata O Plomo dropping on February 10, 2017. The artwork finds the duo standing outside the gates of the White House (where Donald Trump will soon reside). The album features the likes of Kent Jones, BJ the Chicago Kid, The-Dream, Stephanie Mills, French Montana and more.
1. Beast (ft. Elley)
2. Swear To God (ft. Kent Jones)
3. Spaghetti (feat. Kent Jones)
4. All The Way Up (feat. French Montana & Infrared)
5. How Can I Forget (feat. Kent Jones)
6. How Long (Interlude)
7. Say Yes (ft. Sevyn Streeter & BJ The Chicago Kid)
8. Heartbreak (ft. The-Dream)
9. Cookin (ft. French Montana & RySoValid)
10. Money Showers (ft. Ty Dolla $ign)
11. Too Quick (ft. Kingston)
12. Dreaming (ft. Stephanie Mills)
Hip Hop’s first family of rhyme show up and show out on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series and bless the instrumentals for “NY State of Mind” and “Where I’m From.”
Papoose takes a break from murdering microphones for a hip hop love song alongside Remy Ma and Nathaniel on “Black Love.”
Fat Joe and Remy Ma slow it down a bit with Ty Dolla $ign on the Cool and Dre produced “Money Showers.”