Lil Kim and Remy Ma Tease Collaboration

Queens recognize queens! Lil Kim and Remy Ma are joining forces to deliver an unforgettable collaboration to hip-hop fans. In a series of social media posts, the legendary New York femcees teased a collaboration that needed the summoning of fire marshals… according to the Queen Bee herself.

On Wednesday (September 13), the duo released a barrage of teasers on social media that sent fans into a frenzy. “My partner frfr @RealRemyMa!!” the Brooklyn rapper wrote on Twitter. “The amount of [fire] that was in this room was ridiculous!! Somebody call the fire marshals sheesh!!”

The “Crush On You” rapper then shared a photo of her and Remy alongside producer Da$h, who co-wrote Lil Kim’s 2005 “Lighters Up”– with the simple caption, “We just made history.”

Along with Kim, Remy took to Instagram to tease the epic collaboration. “This me all day around @lilkimthequeenbee,” Remy wrote to her 4 million fans. “Had to literally get up and move away from her just to finish writing my verse cuz I was dying laughing, Distressed jeans, sneakers, & flight jackets flow.”

Setting their mutual respect for one another aside and the fact that the two share a common enemy, Nicki Minaj, Remy, and Kim shared the stage at this year’s Hot 97’s annual Summer Jam after Remy invited an army of female rappers during her set at the festival. Rap veterans and up-and-coming artists, including MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, Cardi B, Lil Kim and Young M.A., joined the Bronx native to perform.

Although it’s been a while since Remy released a solo album, the “ShETHER” rapper is preparing for the release of her forthcoming album Seven Winters & Six Summers. Along with Remy, Lil Kim has been teasing fans with the release of her fifth studio EP. According to a post on Instagram, Lil Kim announced to fans that she was in the process of writing for her upcoming album, “Yea Beehive I’ll be in my second home LA working on my album!!” the femcee wrote. “If you see me leave believe it’s about that.”

Photo Credit: Remy Ma/Instagram