Fat Joe, Remy Ma & French Montana Perform "All The Way Up" Live On "The Real"
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana
As their single continues to climb the charts, Fat Joe & Remy May decided to take their smash hit “All The Way Up” to The Real on Tuesday and hit the stage for a live performance. Serving as practice for their upcoming Hot 97 Summer Jam appearance for the Terror Squad reunion, Fat Joe & Remy Ma brought out special guest French Montana to help perform their smash hit live for the first time together Tuesday night, and it was pretty lit. Check out the performance above.
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana "All The Way Up" Video
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. French Montana
Fat Joe and Remy Ma have reunited, and they've got a collaborative project on the way. Earlier this year, they shared the lead single from the impending full length, which managed to capture the essence of Terror Squad's early 00s singles while pairing the sound with some poounding sub-bass that could go toe-to-toe with anything on current rap radio.
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross, Yo Gotti "Hands Down" Video
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross & Yo Gotti
Remy Ma has been out of prison for over a year now. Released from incarceration a new woman, she has had plenty of time to plot her comeback album. This past weekend, she dropped a track called "Hands Down" that featured the hook talents of Yo Gotti and a verse from Rick Ross. This morning, the New York femcee and Love & Hip Hop star liberates the track's music video.
Remy Ma & Papoose Talk "Love & Hip-Hop," Marriage Life, & More On Hot 97
Remy Ma & Papoose
To promote the upcoming season’s of VH1’s "Love & Hip-Hop New York", Papoose & Remy Ma made their way by the Hot 97 studios to chop it up with the gang from Ebro in the Morning. Sitting down for a lengthy 33-minute interview, Pap & Remy talk about the upcoming season of LHH, their marriage life, Remy’s new single with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti which impacts Dec. 14, and more. Before wrapping things up however, the two blessed the mic with what they do best, and that’s spit bars. Check it out.
Papoose On The Breakfast Club
Papoose just released his sophomore album, You Can't Stop Destiny, which, relative to his debut album, was released pretty quickly. Stopping by the Breakfast Club, Papoose talked about his decision to go independent, suggesting he wished he'd taken that route from the start.
Ron Browz Feat. Remy Ma "She Don't Like Me (Remix)" Video
Ron Browz Feat. Remy Ma
Way back in January, Ron Browz released a Remy Ma-featured remix to his track “She Don’t Like Me”, and now today he’s back with the official video for it.
Audrey Rose Feat. Remy Ma & Fetty Wap "Ice Cream" Video
Audrey Rose Feat. Remy Ma & Fetty Wap
Raekwon's "Ice Cream" is up there with Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones" as one of the most iconic freestyle beats of all time, but it hasn't been given the R&B treatment nearly enough. Coming out of New York, newcomer Audrey Rose is the perfect contender to add some sweet vocals to the hard-as-nails instrumental, and she's recruited some sure-shooters to support her.
Darnaa Feat. Remy Ma "Cowgirl (Remix)" Video
Darnaa Feat. Remy Ma
Remy Ma was swift to hop on the remix of Darnaa's "Cowgirl" following her release from prison earlier this year. A Drumma Boy produced hit that hasn't gotten the mainstream attention that it sounds capable of, the primary version of the song received a video treatment of its own back in May. Remy's verse was so effective, though, that the record catches second life and, therefore, a second video. Whereas the first visual took place in a saloon, this one is noticeably bigger in scope: taking the viewer from the bar to the road and back again.
Remy Ma Performs "Go In Go Off" & "Dying to Be Me" On Sway In The Morning
Remy Ma has been out of jail for just over 90 days, and it's still an event when she does an interview or performance. Especially for New Yorkers, Remy is a huge deal, and her second appearance on Sway In The Morning since her release was proof that everyone should be watching her next move. On top of her interview, Ma also dropped some bars for Sway, performing her tracks "Go In Go Off" and "Dying to Be Me" with a ferocity that no one should possess that early in the morning. watch it all go down above.
Remy Ma In Hot 97's "The Reflection"
Remy Ma recently sat down with Hot 97 and opened up about her success and struggles over the past few years in this new reflective interview. During the 10-minute clip, Remy shares stories about being incarcerated, speaking on what it took for her to find strength to get through her bid, and much more. She also mentions that her husband, Papoose, has been a rock in her life and has helped her so much through this journey. Remy even took it back to the Terror Squad days and recalls on what life was like when “Lean Back” was poppin'. Crazy how times change.
Remy Ma Talks Release From Prison, Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled & More
Remy Ma is back and ready to work. We're now a month removed from the New York lady's prison release, and she's sufficiently shook the game up with the promise of a new mixtape on the way (which will be followed by an album), a remix of DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More
Remy Ma Shares Thoughts On "Orange Is The New Black" Series
Remy Ma just came home from prison last month, so its safe to say she would know a thing or two about being a female in one. During a recent interview with MTV News, Remy was asked how the Netflex series "Orange Is The New Black" stacks up in terms of reality? She agrees some of it, but not all.
DJ Khaled Feat. Remy Ma & French Montana "They Don't Love You No More (Remix)" Video
DJ Khaled Feat. Remy Ma & French Montana
DJ Khaled hit us with another event record earlier this year, assembling French Montana, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, and most notably, a Drake-dissing Jay Z for "They Don't Love You No More".When Remy Ma was released from prison earlier this summer, she reunited with her former Terror Squad affiliate to revive the anthem for a remix.That remix now has an official video, with Ma bringing the ferocity of her two monstrous verses to life. Naturally, she chooses New York City as her backdrop.
Remy Ma On The Breakfast Club
Remy Ma has been making the rounds for interviews since her release from prison, and most recently she paid a visit to Charlmagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee for a Breakfast Club sit-down. The interview starts off with prison talk, as Remy details what life in prison is like, from living with ladies 24/7, to eating relatively unhealthy food, etc. They go on to discuss Papoose and Remy's relationship with her fellow rapper. It's a pretty lengthy interview, spanning an hour, so if you have that much time to kill, sit back and press play.
Remy Ma On Ebro In The Morning
Continuing her heavy promo run, Remy Ma made her way by Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning and conducted quite the interview with Ebro and Laura Stylez. During their lengthy chat, Remy talked about her harsh time behind bars, how the game has changed due to social media, her relationship with Papoose & Terror Squad, other female rappers, and much much more. If you got 50 minutes to spare, yes an hour, then I suggest you watch this lengthy and informative interview above.
Remy Ma Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
Ever since she regained her freedom a few weeks back, Remy Ma has been a busy woman. While out doing some promo runs this week, Remy made her way by Sway’s Morning Show and decided to treat listeners to a hot freestyle. Going off the top, Remy spits some mean bars over various beats, including one from Bobby Shmurda’s popular “Hot Nigga” instrumental. Check it out above, and let us know how she does.
Remy Ma On 106 & Park
Remy Ma is getting right back into the swing of things since being released from jail a week and a half ago. The lady has already hopped on DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More" remix, and Khaled has expressed an interest in signing her.
DJ Khaled On The Breakfast Club
DJ Khaled just dropped off his new single, "Hold You Down", featuring an all-star line-up (as per usual) of Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future and Jeremih, while he continues to push "They Don't Love You No More" featuring Meek Mill, Jay Z, Rick Ross and French Montana.