Rapper Remy Ma Touches On Dark Past And Not Twerking On New Song 'The Mecca' Rapper Remy Ma Touches On Dark Past And Not Twerking On New Song 'The Mecca'
Share: Link copied Production giants Da BeatminerzMr. Walt and DJ Evil Dee did it again bringing their signature New York sound on The Mecca inspired by the new Netflix film The Forty-Year-Old Version. Writer/director/star Radha Blank touches the unspoken nuances of being a hip hop artist. The song features Nas, Dave East, Styles P and Ghostface Killah but its an appearance from Remy Ma that has the streets talking. Speaking on her growth as a mom and an MC, Remys verse offers exactly what weve been missing. Where Im from, the liquor store is next door to the church and Couldnt use the pizza shop bathroom with no purchase Everybody was hurting, nobody was working Sheets in the windows, couldnt afford curtains Bum dude cut my face, just one of my burdens Took my own stitches out, no insurance and no surgeon Now I take private jets on excursions Now I got a Birkin, now I got a daughter And she a whole person, she the whole purpose Now I be tryna write my rhymes with no curses Ten years from now, dont want her on the web searching Seeing mom half-naked on the stage twerking Nope, the views aint worth it Im prepping for the day she asks, Mommy, why they say you shot a person? Remy aint perfect But if you aint from the streets, my life could be a little hard to interpret Take the top layer off, right below the surface Im so New York, just a 40-year-old version Advertisement