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Remy Ma & Lil Kim Tease Upcoming Collaboration

Remy Ma at Genius Event Space on April 26, 2017 in New York City.
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Remy Ma at Genius Event Space on April 26, 2017 in New York City. 

It's been ten years since Remy Ma released a solo album and as she readies her forthcoming album Seven Winters & Six Summers, Remy is pulling out all the stops to ensure her album goes down as a hip-hop classic. After previously teaming up with her go-to collaborator Fat Joe and French Montana on the smash hit "All The Way Up," as well as A$AP Ferg, Ma is teaming up with another member of rap's elite: Lil Kim, teasing that the two femcees are cooking up some heat. 

The duo unleashed a barrage of teasers on their social accounts, posting images of their recent studio session. "Queens recognize Queens," Kim wrote, followed by another tweet where she revealed that the duo is, in fact, collaborating on an upcoming project. "We just made history." Remy followed suit and posted a photo of her and Kim, calling the "Lighters Up" rapper "Legendary." 

Aside from their mutual admiration, the pair also share a common enemy, Nicki Minaj. After unleashing the diss record "ShETHER" earlier this year, Remy recently ignited her feud with Minaj at the 2017 MTV VMAs where she flipped the "No Frauds" rapper's famous one-liner and asked, "Nicki, what's good?"

Remy took the stage at Hot 97's annual Summer Jam festival earlier this year and invited a host of female rappers, from veterans to rising acts, to storm the stage during her set. Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Young M.A, Cardi B and Lil Kim all accepted the invitation and joined the Bronx native on stage.

Check out the images from Remy Ma and Lil Kim's studio session below. 

 

--------...Legendary #RemyMa #RemyMafia #7Winters6Summers #PrettyBrown

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