The resurrection of Remy Ma has been interesting to watch.
The brash Bronx emcee first emerged in the mid-2000s, as the obligatory “First Lady” of a high-profile rap crew, the Terror Squad. With TS leader Fat Joe’s co-sign and the rhyming skills to put her in the elite “leaders of the new school,” Remy seemed poised to make a quantum leap to the forefront of new millennium rap’s mainstream. There’s Something About Remy wasn’t huge, but hit single “Conceited” made her one of the most buzzed-about women in hip-hop—as did her high-profile appearance on the megahit “Lean Back.” As artists like Lil Kim, Foxy Brown and Eve saw their runs hit various speed bumps, all signs pointed to this being Remy Ma’s time.. Nicki Minaj vs. Remy Ma: Why Hip-Hop’s Hottest Beef Is a Win for Rap Fans Everywhere
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