Remy Ma

Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Big Sean, PUSHA-T, Trippie Redd, and More Get Roasted on Mean Tweets

Jimmy Kimmel rounded up a "Hip-Hop Edition" of Mean Tweets and the owns were legendary.

Black Women Gave Us the Best Music Moments of 2017

While the rest of the world burned, Beyonce stunned us at the Grammy's, Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma captivated us with their beef, and SZA and Cardi B made us cheer for their meteoric rises.
Candace McDuffie
A Year of Lil Wayne

Curren$y's "Where Da Cash At" Represents an Ideal Era of Lil Wayne's Sound

The song is a core example of the 2006 sound that catapulted Wayne to a new level.
Kyle Kramer

Fuck You, Go to Summer Jam

Whatever Summer Jam means to you.
Lawrence Burney
Kyle Kramer

What It’s Really Like to Be a Therapist to Music's Stars

We sit down with Siri Sat Nam Singh, host of VICELAND's 'The Therapist,' to talk about mental health in music and the darkness behind creativity.
Aly Comingore
Remix Report Card

The Winter Remix Report Card

Remy Ma teams up with another Nicki Minaj foe, Katy Perry works with Lil Yachty, and Lil Bibby gets the Kevin Gates verse of the year.
Al Shipley

How Black Female MCs Changed the Conversation Through Hip-Hop

Lady B, Salt-N-Pepa, Missy, Lauryn Hill, Foxy Brown, Lil' Kim, and Nicki Minaj—it's time we recognized all of their contributions to feminism.
Lindsey Addawoo
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj Bless Us with Their First Video Together, “Make Love”

It's a time to rejoice.
Lawrence Burney
'Gram Crumbs

‘Gram Crumbs: So, SXSW Was Lit…

Snoop Dogg had a time.
Kathy Iandoli
'Gram Crumbs

‘Gram Crumbs: Roman’s Revenge

Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.
Kathy Iandoli
A Year of Lil Wayne

A Year of Lil Wayne: Nicki Minaj Returns, Featuring Lil Wayne

Nicki fires back in the Remy Ma beef, but let's pause on that and talk about Wayne for a second.
Kyle Kramer
Holy Shit

Nicki Minaj Finally Disses Remy Ma, Releases Three New Songs

Nicki is officially on one, and she's got words for Meek Mill, too.
Lauren O'Neill