Sound the alarms because Ghostface Killah is working on new music. There’s no title for the album just yet but there is a new song with Remy Ma titled “Yupp” to get your gears turning for what’s to come.
Two of Hip Hop’s illest
female emcees in the game drop a video for the DJ Premier produced “Remy Rap.” Remy Ma and Rapsody are absolutely ferocious on this joint and we want more.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know that DJ Premier released the Hip Hop 50 Vol. 1 EP. So this is for those who have actually been living under a rock and missed the femme fatale tag team of Rapsody and Remy Ma absolutely annihilating Preemo production on “Remy Rap.”
Papoose assembles the all-star team of Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and his wife Remy Ma for the video to the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop.” Lots and lots of bars.
PAPOOSE FEAT. 2 CHAINZ, BUSTA RHYMES, REMY MA & LIL WAYNE – THOUGHT I WAS GONNA STOP [PRODUCED BY TIMBALAND]
Papoose would like to send a reminder to everyone that he’s about this rapping and joins forces with Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and Remy Ma for the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” produced by none other than Timbaland. From Pap’s “December” EP.
It’s been nearly two decades since the passing of Big Pun and the D.I.T.C. crew pay homage to the late rhymeslinger as Buckwild drops “Fire” featuring Remy Ma, Reef Hustle, Fat Joe and a verse from the late Christopher Rios.
Papoose drops the first single from his upcoming album Underrated. “The Golden Child” finds Papoose and his wife, Remy Ma, celebrating the birth of their baby girl.
“This isn’t your typical song,” Papoose posted on Instagram about the song and video that gives fans a look at the Mackie’s baby shower. “This is genuine love, admiration, and happiness for our unborn. Those doctors said it wasn’t possible. No prison wall, miscarriage, or anything can stop us now!”
Using the heartbeat of their unborn child, Papoose and Remy Ma celebrate the past, present and future on “Golden Child.”
Remy Ma keeps it sexy in the video for “Company” as she prepares to drop 7 Winters, 6 Summers before the end of 2017. It’s not the usual Remy Ma as she incorporates A Boogie wit da Hoodie to help her with what could be a radio hit.
Remy Ma’s rampage continues as she blesses Kodak Black’s “Rollin In Peace” with a freestyle.