Performing inside of a studio, Reminisce aims a few bars at unnamed foes. “We got these hoes talkin’ that gangsta shit like they really a gangsta bitch,” she raps. “In real life, you really ass, you know who to try to get gangsta with.”
— Remy Ma (@RealRemyMa) March 9, 2018
After claiming that “nobody’s above this ass beating,” Remy explains precisely what she intends to do when she sees her enemies in real life. “Let me tell you hoes what I mean when I tell you it’s on sight,” she raps. “Baby showers, funeral, in traffic, or on flights / Weddings, reunions, when I see you, we gon’ fight.”
Remy is preparing to release her long-awaited sophomore album, 7 Winters & 6 Summers. So far, she’s dropped two singles including “Wake Me Up” with Lil’ Kim and “Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)” featuring Chris Brown.
During a recent visit to “The Real,” Remy explained why her relationship with husband Papoose works so well and what living on parole is like. “I have 18 months left,” she said, adding that the restrictions have hindered her from traveling outside of the United States. Revealing that she also has an 11 p.m. curfew, the “All the Way Up” star added: “I am praying for these 18 months to go by fast.”