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Remy Ma looks fab for Paper Magazine, dropping her industry wisdom and encouraging women to elevate and note hate, against each other.

The rapper gives off glasses glam, wearing a Kenzo white architectural avant garde blouse, paired with a Saint Laurent sequined jumpsuit and Tom Ford glasses. Fire!

The Bronx-bred rapper gets real about the industry, “It’s sad to say, but I’m gonna say it: I don’t feel like much has changed for women in hip-hop, not only since I was in prison, but since I started in the game. There’s still so much discord between females in the game, whether it’s spoken or unspoken.

Remy laments about her ability to collaborate with Fat Joe, whom she has a joint album, Plata O Plomo, comes out in January. She admits that it’s more difficult for women to create such projects and saddening that none exist. (I mean, there is Brandy and Monica, but we all know how this has turned out).

Nevertheless, Remy Ma is doing her part. She reveals she just became a founding member of The Wing, a women’s only space. She recalls, “I remember at the first event, I was there and it felt so good to see these different women together not hating on each other. No one had to ‘put on.’ No one was tearing each other down. It was a beautiful thing. Anything that makes women want to uplift each other, I want to be a part of.

Remy Ma is preparing for a busy 2017, with a new season of Love And Hip Hop New York as well as her own solo project, 7 Winters and 6 Summers.

Read the entire interview, here.


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