Remy Ma has been out of jail for just over a month, and what better way to make her mark in the current music climate than by remixing one of the year's most buzzed-about tracks? That's exactly what Rem did on Thursday (September 11), with her take on Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N---a."
Aptly renamed "Hot B---h," the Bronx rapper's version finds her bouncing over the Jahlil Beats-produced banger with ease. She talks greasy for a while, and also kicks an impressive string of alliteration at one point. Plus, she brings up her recent bid.
"I just came home, I'm tryna get this shmoney, attempted shmurda was the case that they gave me," she says as the track opens, before launching into her rhymes, referencing the recent six-plus bid she did behind bars.
It's unclear if this is just a one-off giveaway or will be included on Remy's upcoming mixtape, I'm Around, which she told MTV News is dropping soon, and will address what she's gone through over the last few years.
“It’s kind of impossible, after being in prison for six-and-a-half-years, and being home for 19 days, to only talk about what I’m going through right now,” she told us last month. “It’s very hard not to bring up what I went through. Even though, in the future, I don’t want to keep dwelling on the past. I don’t want to dwell in the past now, but that was a large part of my life, so it has affected me in a lot of ways, and it will show in my music.”
She also checked out a few scenes from "Orange Is The New Black," and compared them to her experiences, which you can watch below.