Remy Ma on Why Female Rappers Won’t Collab With Her: ‘My Pen Really Go’

by Shine My Crown Staff

Remy Ma’s lyrical abilities are official. Her mark in rap history has been cemented.

But folks are wondering why the “Love & Hip Hop” star doesn’t have more female collaborations under her belt.

During a visit to Big U’s “Checc’n In” podcast, Remy explained the reason for the lack of female collabs.

“‘Cause my pen really go,” she said boldly. “They know. Nobody don’t play with me. Even guys. People call me and they’re like, ‘You need to do some features.’ No girl wants to be on a song with me. Especially if she up! She don’t want Remy Ma on a song. They know what’s gon’ happen and the same thing goes for guys. A guy don’t wanna call me to get on a song ’cause he knows what’s gonna happen.”

“So, it’s cool. I’m alright with it.”

Watch the full interview below:

During an interview with Variety last year, Remy called for unity among female rappers:

“A change has come. There’s always been a lot of female rappers that had talent. They just weren’t being promoted or taken seriously or given an opportunity. For so long, it’s been the same thing over and over and over,” she said.

And she walks the talk.

Back in 2017 at Hot 97’s Summer Jam at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, Remy brought out several female rappers— Queen Latifah, Lil’ Kim, the Lady of Rage, Monie Love, MC Lyte, Young M.A, and Cardi B.

“There’s strength in numbers. So If I’m doing good, and this girl here is doing good, people will take it more seriously,” she continued to Variety. “We all bring something different to the table, and once people realize that, stop fighting each other, work together and help build each other up, we’ll grow even more.”

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