Despite Her Epic Comeback, Remy Ma Says She Still Can’t Make The Music She Wants


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Without question, Remy Ma mounted one of the greatest comebacks in Rap history upon her release from prison in August of 2014. That summer alone, she managed to record with DJ Khaled, Jadakiss, Ty Dolla $ign, and Bobby Schmurda, apparently taking full advantage of all the bottled up ambition and energy she couldn’t expend while behind bars. Since then, she’s enjoyed chart-topping success, including her Grammy-nominated partnership with Fat Joe on arguably the hottest record of 2016, “All The Way Up,” her now infamous Nicki Minaj diss track, “Shether,” and ensuing battle. In between, she’s also carved out time to launch a career in television, all while being a mother to a teenager and supportive spouse to Papoose. It’s safe to say that the rapper born Reminisce Smith is making up for lost time, and then some.

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