Remy Ma on Nicki Minaj: I’m Over That, I’m Past That Ime Ekpo November 10, 2017 Digital Entertainment, Her Source | Beauty and Fashion Trends, Hip Hop Culture | Hip Hop Arts and Lifestyle, Hip Hop Music | Listen To and Download Hip Hop Tracks On Thursday, (Nov. 10th) Remy Ma stopped by The Breakfast Club and sat down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne and went on a straight up debunking session. “I’m over that, I’m past that,” Remy defines her stance with her most talked about circumstance with rival-in-rap, Nicki Minaj and clarifies the rumor about her new single with rap legend Lil’ Kim, “Wake Me Up” being centered around Minaj. Speaking of the identity of the new and improved Remy Ma, while praising Laila’s Wisdom emcee Rapsody, the rap queen is apparently not concerned about how any other female rapper feels about her style. I don’t sit around and focus on females when I make music and when I write because I want to be great overall. Under the notion of being an emcee, she “wants the JAY-Zs, Kendricks, Coles, and Ems” to be the ones listening and judging her records. Showing gratitude towards her multi-million dollar contract with Columbia, she tells how the deal has changed her life, along with her choice of obtaining new management under the guards of Tamar Braxton’s now estranged husband, Vince Herbert. The Bronx emcee’s reign as the star of hit reality show Love & Hip Hop New York is just a nimble for her, but she appreciates being able to showcase her bearings such as her strong relationship with her husband, Papoose, and minimal beefs – as the show is infamous for displaying. Remy also speaks about the status of her highly anticipated album 7 Winters & 6 Summers, which is said to be anchored at being complete. The album will pick up on the experience of her six-year sentencing, with an aim shooting at those who have faced the same or similar struggle. When you go through something like that, its traumatizing. I spent most of my adult life in prison and I became the person I am now because of what I went through and when I speak about it, it’s not because I’m proud of it or because I’m bragging about it. It’s like, I wanna help you not go through this. Watch Remy Ma’s very personable interview with The Breakfast Club by pressing play, below.