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Nicki Minaj disses Remy Ma on new 2 Chainz song

Good evening all! Nicki Minaj strikes again! A snippet of rapper 2 Chainz and Nicki Minaj's new song titled, "Realize"(from his album, "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music" due June 16) has surfaced after someone recorded footage of the song playing at a listening party. In the song, Nicki alleges, "Papoose wrote the "(SH)Ether" record but I broke Aretha record". Those are some interesting lyrics there but based on the snippet I heard the song sounds a little underwhelming. Perhaps I have to hear the song in full. Just a few days ago Remy Ma released a remix to Future's "Mask Off" song and that wasn't any better. I just don't like Remy on that "Mask Off" beat. Many presumed that Remy was dissing Nicki Minaj(and there's a big possibility some jabs were thrown) on her "Mask Off" remix but it also turns out she was dissing her old friend, Rah Ali. Rah Ali famously starred in the video to Nicki Minaj's Remy ma dis track, "No Frauds" and that had everyone shocked. As much as I love the "No Frauds" song I still haven't seen the video. Shame on me! In other female rapper news, Azealia Banks is not letting the release of her song, "Chi Chi" slow her down. She has announced plans to release yet another song on June 16 titled, "Escapades". Unlike "Chi Chi", this song is more in line of what people have come to expect from Azealia. Azealia recently released a snippet of the song and various cover arts of the song created by herself and fans. Azealia has also reportedly scrapped the "Slay Z Vol. 1" mixtape and will concentrate solely on releasing the long awaited, "Fantasea II: The Second Wave" in August. The album's first single is said to be "Playhouse" which Azealia previewed a year ago on YouTube. The full song is still up on YouTube if anyone is curious to listen. Other songs include, "Wut U Do", "Ain't Know" featuring Safaree(Nicki Minaj's ex), "In Excelis" and more. I'm really looking forward to this album. One thing I like about Azealia is that she's always excited about the music that she makes and that in turn makes me excited to hear it. She's always excited to share her music with the fans. I wish more artists took pride in their work but I won't say any names. 
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