Having recently released a joint album with longtime friend Fat Joe, taping Love & Hiphop New York and dropping her new “Wake Me Up” single and video featuring Lil Kim, Remy is also gearing up to release her highly anticipated album Seven Winters & Six Summers. The New York rapper stopped in Baltimore to takeover Kels In The Afternoon where she was joined by Kelson and a few 92Q listeners who won our #RemyInTheAfternoon contest.
During her visit to Baltimore this week, Remy Ma dropped in on Rap Attack to share her musical influences with AJ Showtime. In between talking about what to expect from her Seven Winters & Six Summers album dropping at the top of 2018, she also revealed what the worst job she ever had was and dished on what song made her want to pick up a pen and make a career out of rapping. To our surprise, washing dishes and “The Show” by Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick.
Remy Ma hit Baltimore this week and in an interview with Porkchop, detailed her experiences maintaining friendships and romantic relationships, giving insight on the do’s and don’ts to both. Joined by her local homie Phendi, she also dished on what keeps the spark going in her marriage to Papoose. Press play up top! And scroll down for pictures from her 92Q takeover!
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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