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Remy Ma and Lil Kim come through with some heat on their new collaborative single “Wake Me Up.”

The song was released on Tuesday, November 8, and on the same day we learned that the Love and Hip Hop New York star is working on her new album. Word of the song first popped up last week when the two female rappers were spotted in the studio. There were some talks that they were joining forces for a new Nicki Minaj diss track, but Lil Kim shot down those rumors during her recent interview with Ebro In The Morning on Hot 97 radio.

Remy Ma has been slowly making her comeback in hip hop and this year she drew a lot of attention for a vicious diss track against Nicki Minaj, “shETHER.” Despite Lil Kim’s denial on the track being a Nicki diss, Remy has some lyrics in her verse that points straight to the Young Money rapper. “You fake-ass b*tch, you owe homage, pay that sh*t! / Spray that fif’, the crown, I’mma take that sh*t / ‘Cause you a clown and Homey don’t play that sh*t,” she raps. “I heard he lay that d*ck, you let him filet that fish / You just met ‘im, how he bae that quick?”

That last line is believe to be a shot at Nicki’s relationship with Nas, despite not calling any names. Remy Ma has started work on her new album, Seven Winters, Six Summers, due sometime next year and will be the first project on her new record deal with Columbia Records. The New York rapper signed a seven figures deal with the major label last month, even after calling out other rappers like Nicki Minaj and Drake for having big label deals.

Listen to Remy Ma and Lil Kim new collaboration “Wake Me Up” below.


(Verse 1: Remy Ma)
If Peter Piper picked ’em, I bet you Remy ducked ’em
I told you not to touch ’em, it’s not up for discussion!
All my clothes is custom, straight from France
My hands like Mayweather’s, all my friends 8 and better!
I get a lot of money, honey
Queen b*tch I been, b*tch
Body a guy for my guy make you a mean b*tch
I’m his dream b*tch
Mean b*tch, take one for the team b*tch!

(Hook: Lil’ Kim)
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
You b*tches ain’t humble ‘nough
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come!
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
These fake-ass b*tches is done
So wake me up early!

(Verse 2: Remy Ma)
I’m rich, I’mma stay that b*tch!
You fake-ass b*tch, you owe homage, pay that sh*t!
Spray that fif’, the crown, I’mma take that sh*t
‘Cause you a clown and Homey don’t play that sh*t!
See, they ain’t slick, be talkin’ all cray and sh*t
And then you see ’em, they be like that they ain’t say that sh*t!
I hate that sh*t, I can make or break your sh*t
See, I got options, don’t make me weigh them sh*ts!
I heard he lay that dick, you let him filet that fish
You just met ‘im, how he bae that quick?
I’ll say it to your face, don’t gotta relay that sh*t
If Nick-ole a Kid-man, OJ that b*tch!
Take that trip, get money, make that lick
Take your pick; that’s your set, claim that clique!
B*tch, you so thirsty, obey that sh*t
If that’s your dog, I suggest you go train that b*tch!

(Hook: Lil’ Kim)
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
You b*tches ain’t humble ‘nough
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come!
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
These fake-ass b*tches is done
So wake me up early!

(Bridge: Lil’ Kim)
Kimmy B don’t trust ’em, I bet you Remy bust
Got these niggas on lock, but we never cuff!
Kimmy B don’t trust ’em, I bet you Remy bust
Got these niggas on lock, but we never cuff!
If Queen Bee don’t trust ’em, I bet you Remy bust
Got these niggas on lock, but we never cuff!
If Queen Bee don’t trust ’em, I bet you Remy bust
Got these niggas on lock, but we never cuff!

(Hook: Lil’ Kim)
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
You b*tches ain’t humble ‘nough
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come!
Wake me up, mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
Mmm, when the mornin’ come
These fake-ass b*tches is done
So wake me up early!


Plies and YoungBoy Never Broke Again drop their new video “Check Callin’” and they are flossing stacks of cash.

The Florida rap veteran has been busy on the rap seen this fall. After dropping a joint project with Kodak Black, F.E.M.A., last month, Plies then teamed up with YoungBoy NBA for the new track “Check Callin’.” The track sampled The Root’s 1999 classic, “You Got Me” while the visuals sees the veteran rapper counting stacks of cash in a luxury apartment.

Plies also celebrated the 10th anniversary of the first day he made $100,000. The Florida emcee and Kodak Black showed a lot of chemistry on their new 10-track mixtape F.E.M.A: Finesse. Elevate. Motivate. Achieve which also includes the previously released joint, “Real Hitta.” His collaborator YoungBoy also released his new mixtape, Ain’t Too Long, in October.

Watch the new video “Check Callin’” below.


A bearded Meek Mill turned himself into authorities on Wednesday to start serving his 2-4 years prison sentence.

Earlier this week, Meek Mill was given up to 4 years sentence for probation violation, a ruling that shocked everyone including the prosecutor and his probation officer who both recommended no prison time. The name of the prison where the rapper will be serving his time is not yet known but he will be doing time in a state prison. Meek’s mugshot went viral on social media today for his beard and wide-eyed look.

Meek Mill’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, called out the judge calling her bias while claiming that she was motivated by a vendetta against the rapper to hand down the heavy-handed sentence. Joe Tacopina also revealed that he will be appealing the sentence. According to the lawyer, Meek and the judge are from the same section of Philly and during a meeting last year, the same judge asked the rapper to do a remake of Boyz II Men’s classic “On Bended Knee” and give her a shout-out. The Dreamchasers rapper refused and the judge responded saying “suit yourself.”

Meek Mill has been getting some support from his celebrity peers including JAY-Z, Kevin Hart, and T.I. Some of his fans have also launched a petition asking the state’s governor to overturn the sentence.


Lil Uzi Vert and Nav have teamed up for a new single “Wanted You” dropping on Friday, but will likely be released on Thursday night.

The XO artist announced the track on Instagram on Wednesday telling his fans it’s coming tomorrow night. The Toronto singer joined forces with Metro Boomin during the summer to release a new project titled Perfect Timing. Since then he has kept a low profile but that’s about to change. Lil Uzi Vert has developed a close working relationship with the XO family through touring with The Weeknd. One of the biggest singles of his career is titled “XO Tour Life.”

Nav posted the artwork for the single “Wanted You” around two hours ago on IG with the caption, “Tomorrow night.” He didn’t reveal any additional details about the project other than to confirm that it’s coming on Thursday night. Seems like it will be a banger too so stay tuned to Dancehallhiphop.com because we will be posting it as soon as it drops midnight tomorrow night. He didn’t reveal who is the producer behind the record but we all know that Nav likes to handle the productions for his singles so don’t be surprised if he is also credited as the producer.

Lil Uzi Vert and Nav have worked together in the past including on a few singles off the Perfect Timing project in July. Uzi Vert is featured on the singles “A$AP Ferg” and “NAVUZIMETRO#PT2.” Nav celebrated his 28th birthday in Toronto last weekend and you can bet that this single was on repeat at the party. “This last year been the best year of my life Wanna thank everyone who helped it be that way,” he told his fans on Instagram. Lil Uzi Vert also released his debut solo album Luv Is Rage 2 during the summer.

Tommorow night ?

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This last year been the best year of my life?? Wanna thank everyone who helped it be that way

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