Remy Ma fans have been diligently waiting on news of her long-awaited sophomore album. And she’s finally obliged.
Originally titled ‘Seven Winters, Six Summers,’ the set serves as the femcee’s first since 2006’s ‘There’s Something About Remy’ and her first since being released from prison in 2014 (after a six year stint).
The musical wheels appeared to be moving when she dropped ‘Wake Me Up’ and ‘Melanin Magic’ – which featured Lil Kim and Chris Brown respectively. Yet pregnancy and other projects seemed to delay matters the more.
Well, Remy is back on track and during an appearance on ‘The Breakfast Club’ (together her fellow State of The Culture panelists) she opened up about the status of the project – which now has a different name.
Speaking to Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee, Rem shared that album is now named ‘Reminisce.’ She cited the need to move on from her incarceration narrative.
Even more exciting, she confirmed that she’ll be playing it for her label in full today (an allusion to it being finished).
Check out her words at the 44.56 mark (which should play automatically)…
We’re amped for new Remy.
Beyond her pen game being undeniable, she’s built up her stock awesomely since her release and the climate at large is much more favorable to having multiple female rappers active and thriving in the marketplace. So, there’s no time better than the present.