Recently, the Ultimate Rap League (URL) unveiled their second “Kings Vs. Queens” tournament, a battle of the sexes that saw JC, First Lady Flamez, Loso, Vixen The Assassin, Aye Verb, Ms. Hustle, T-Top, Coffee, Tay Roc, and O’fficial taking to the stage for some of the hardest lyrical punches to date. In addition to the main event, hip hop royalty Papoose and Remy Ma appeared on the show as guests — and they couldn’t help but bring forth some hard-hitting bars as well:
“I grew up with the killers, hundred dollar billers, my mob rolls deep, we ain’t got no feelings, chip up on your shoulder, guess you got a point to prove, I will put you little bitches on the ten o’clock news/
Wait, see I’m always on my shit, your big homie on my dick, you a clown and he a trick/”
Recently, Papoose released his latest project February, a presumed follow-up to January that sees nine dope cuts and additional appearances from Kent Jones, E-40, Mysonne, and the late Fred The Godson. He also released his fourth official album, Endangered Species, back in October.
Meanwhile, Remy Ma has been somewhat dormant on the music front — she has become a staple on REVOLT as one of the hosts for the Joe Budden-led “State of the Culture” series. Outside of well-received mixtapes over the past couple of decades, she only released the two albums There’s Something About Remy: Based on a True Story and Plata O Plomo in 2006 and 2017, respectively — the latter of which was a joint album with Terror Squad crony Fat Joe. Last heard, she was said to be working on a new body of work titled Reminisce (formerly 7 Winters, 6 Summers) — hopefully, that’s still in process.