JoJo Feat. Remy Ma
JoJo's new single "FAB." is not a celebration of Mistah F.A.B. but rather a verbal takedown of "Fake Ass Bitches." For the occasion, she recruits distinguished Bronx resident Remy Ma, who is in the midst of a bit of a renaissance after being released from jail last year. "This song is very direct," JoJo told Fader. "We've all encountered fake ass bitches, no matter the gender. So I wrote a song about it, calling them out but also celebrating the real ones."
Young MA’s new single “Ooouuu” has been buzzing hard in the tri-state area over the past few weeks, so it shouldn’t come much of a shock to hear local rappers jumping on it. Just the other day, NYC’s French Montana dropped off his rendition of the cold-hearted single, and now tonight we have another version from Remy Ma.
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana & RySoValid
Fat Joe and Remy Ma have a collaborative album on the way, and now that their surprise hit, "All The Way Up," has solidified itself as one of the songs of the summer, they've returned with a new single that once again feature's fellow New Yorker, French Montana. RySoValid also appears on the song, supplying the powerful hook, "it look like I've been cooking!"
My Shit (Remix)
A Boogie is New York's newest buzz artist, and the veterans of the scene are taking notice. Boogie's bubblegum rap hit, "My Shit," has been remixed by none other than Remy Ma today, and while it's not her regular territory, she makes the beat her own, inflecting her hard punchline-driven flows with melody, subtly tracing over the flows of the original while making things a little more complex. Her collaborative album with Fat Joe, Platas o Plomo is due out soon. Perhaps A Boogie could land a feature on it?
4 Da Win
N.O.R.E. Feat. Memphis Bleek & Remy Ma
N.O.R.E. has been coming with regular releases recently, following up the gritty banger, "Petty," with the propulsive New York posse cut, "4 Da Win," today. Opening with a triumphantly catchy hook, the high BPM instrumental challenges its guests (Remy Ma and Memphis Bleek), bringing out some impressive bars from the respected emcees.
All The Way Up (Westside Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. Snoop Dogg, The Game, E-40 & French Montana
Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All The Way Up" has been a consistent presence in New York over the last few months, and judging by its chart placements, NY isn't the only place listening. Still, it always helps to have some regional talent on a record to get radio play elsewhere, and today, the "Westside Remix" of the record has done just that, adding verses from L.A.'s The Game, Long Beach's Snoop Dogg, and The Bay's E-40. They all bring their own flavor to the record, finding pockets NY rappers probably wouldn't even see on the beat. So is the beauty of regional styles.
All The Way Up (David Guetta & GLOWINTHEDARK Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana
While Fat Joe’s comeback with Remy Ma was initially met with some trepidation by the younger part of the hip hop community, those concerns have been put to rest by the surprising success of their hit “All The Way Up.” It’s already received a very high profile remix from Jay Z (as well as countless unofficial freestyles), and today Fat Joe’s increasingly large band o
All The Way Up (Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. Jay Z & French Montana
Well looks what we have here. Before Jay Z sets the Summer on fire with his upcoming anthem with DJ Khaled & (possibly Future), the Roc Nation boss decides to hop on Fat Joe & Remy Ma’s monster smash “All The Way Up” and give it the remix treatment along with French Montana.
All The Way Up (Remix)
At the beginning of March, Fat Joe and Remy Ma, with assistance from French Montana, took back the New York sound real quick. Their collaborative single, "All the Way Up" has been buzzing ever since, and the remixes are just starting to pour in.
All The Way Ghost (Freestyle)
For a while last year, Styles P was dropping off an onslaught of new freestyles over some classic instrumentals, however that all slowed down over a period of time. Today he’s decides to get back to the bars, and share two more freestyles he recorded for the fans dubbed “Friends” & “All The Way Ghost.”
All The Way Up
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana
Fat Joe has previously hinted at a joint project with Remy Ma, and with the release of new single, "All The Way Up," he's delivering on the promise. Billed as a single from Joe and Remy, "All The Way Up" captures the early 00s New York spirit the two were known for with their Terror Squad work, while keeping a foot firmly in the now. French Montana serves as the ambassador of the city's new wave, giving the song some of his unique energy and bringing all the sounds together.
Remy Ma Feat. Yo Gotti & Rick Ross
Remy Ma has been out of jail for a minute, and while she's released a handful of hot tracks, we're still waiting on her official comeback album. Her new single "Hands Down," sounds like a promise of what's to come, as Remy heads south to collaborate with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti. With "Down In the DM" quickly gunning toward smash status, it was a no-brainer to put Gotti on the hook, while Rozay is always reliable on the 16s.
DJ Absolut Freestyle
DJ Absolut & Remy Ma
It's Monday, and that means DJ Absolut has come through with another release for his Mixtape Mondays series. This time, he's let loose an exclusive freestyle from famed Brooklyn femcee Remy Ma. The New York vets have been killing the freestyle game this year, and it's good to see a lady get involved, especially one as talented as Remy Ma.
Papoose Feat. Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign
After letting fans the DJ Premier-produced cut "The Plug" the other week, Papoose is back this Monday morning with another leak off the upcoming album You Can't Stop Destiny. We heard a few shout outs from Remy Ma on the very New York "The Plug," but here she delivers a proper verse with assistance from Ty Dolla $ign.
Papoose Feat. Remy Ma
Outside of Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj, you'd be hard pressed to find a couple who are more talented on the mic than Remy Ma and Papoose. The veteran husband-wife team haven't appeared on a track together since Remy got out of jail last summer, until today. Here's "Broken Slanguage."
Truffle Butter (Remix)
Remy Ma must be a big fan of Nicki Minaj, because after freestyling over her track “Only”, she decides to do it all over again, this time taking on Nicki’s “Truffle Butter”.
Audrey Rose Feat. Remy Ma & Fetty Wap
Today, R&B singer Audrey Rose makes her HNHH debut with "Ice Cream," a track that also features the talents of Remy Ma and Fetty Wap. Beginning with a delicate melody, the track really kicks in when Remy and the beat drop at the same time. After she and Audrey say their pieces, the track may seem a bit out-of-character for Fetty, but he does a great job of adding some flare to it. Quotable Lyrics
She Don't Like Me (Remix)
Ron Browz Feat. Remy Ma
Ron Browz is back with a new heater for the fans today. The Remy Ma-assisted remix of "She Don't Like Me" is described by the autotuned rapper as "a smash in the clubs," so you know it's hot. Remy comes correct with a dope verse that calls out a dude for both poking holes in condoms and attempting to "eat it on [her] period." Over the subtle guitar licks that drive the beat, Browz sings about a girl whose words don't match her actions, as she's all over him despite saying she doesn't like him. Feeling this one? Let us know.
Even if you're not a fan of the artists on the label, you have to admit that YMCMB produces more high-quality freestyle instrumentals than any other imprint on the market. In a year where Nicki Minaj's "Chiraq," Drake's "0 to 100," and Wayne's "Believe Me" have all become remix staples rivaled in popularity only by Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga," it now appears that Minaj's "Only" is next up. Getting some official vocals from Remy Ma, who shows no sign of slowing down her output since being released from prison, the Dr. Luke instrumental feels as fresh here as it did on the original.
Try Me (Remix)
DeJ Loaf Feat. Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign
Dej Loaf has been buzzing in the streets these past few months thanks to her street hit "Try Me" which has already seen numerous remixes from well known artists like Wiz Khalifa, Lil Durk, E-40, Vado, & Lil Mama to name a few. Tonight, the Detroit rapper decides to unleash the long awaited official remix featuring Ty Dolla $ign & Remy