New York rapper Remy Ma knows time is money and she’s not trying to waste any. The hip-hop veteran has shared her revamped look at the rap game, notably why feuding with her peers is a thing of the past.
In a new interview, Remy spoke on the importance of female musicians shelving beefs and working together to flex their talent simultaneously.
Today, Ma encourages collaboration and friendship rather than feuds, which have tainted the genre and with which Ma has personal experience. Without naming names, said Ma: “There’s strength in numbers. So if I’m doing good, and this girl here is doing good, people will take it more seriously. … We all bring something different to the table, and once people realize that, stop fighting each other, work together and help build each other up, we’ll grow even more.” (Variety)
In late January, Remy Ma rubbed elbows with Australian hip-hop artist Iggy Azalea.
Last month, both Remy and her husband Papoose paid their respects to Martin Luther King Jr.
MLK🖤 “I have a dream…” My husband @papoosepapoose has always idolized MLK and throughout our marriage I learned so much from him about the Civil Rights Leader. Last year I had a performance in Memphis & asked my driver how far we were from the Lorraine Motel and eventhough it was like 4 a.m, I asked him to drive us there. It was rainy and deserted but it was such a moment🙏🏽 #Blacklove #MeetTheMackies #RemyMa #RemyMafia