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After photos of Remy Ma and Lil Kim in the studio started popping up on Instagram in September, it was obvious the pair was getting ready to drop something colossal. The two rap vets are finally here with the collaborative single “Wake Me Up,” one of the results from those sessions.

Produced by Cool & Dre, Smitty Beatz and 808-Ray, the track obliterates any of their perceived competition with brutal bars and a hard-hitting, infectious beat.

The line, “That crown I’m gon’ take that shit/ ‘Cause you a clown and homie don’t play that shit,” seems specifically aimed at Nicki Minaj, who has referred to herself as the Queen of Rap in the past.

While there are several other verses, especially on Kim’s end, that could be interpreted as Minaj jabs, during a recent Ebro In The Morning interview, the original Queen Bee denied it has anything to do with Black Barbie.

“I hate that,” Kim said. “My mind is always on that bag … People know me and Remy enough that if we we’re going to talk about somebody, we are going to say their name. We’re going to address them.”

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About the Curator - Doran Nelson

Doran Nelson - Big Inf - Musicto Curator

Doran Nelson Hailing from the Bronx, New York, upon hearing his first rap record, it was love at first listen. At a time when hip hop was still young, fresh and new he began DJing. Initially Inf began blending his father’s soul records with hip hop instrumentals purchased from the local record stores that his pocket change had become so familiar with. Now, amongst a neighbourhood following and growing demand, his freestyle mixes suddenly became valued. Spinning heads as well as records, before he knew it, Inf found himself hosting block parties, school dances, talent shows and as he proclaims “wherever there were people and music…so was I.” 

Naturally,Doran's appreciation for authentic HipHop music has him in the mix of a lot of tastemakers depending on his distinctive taste for up & coming artist. Today doran is a dj over at www.dtfradio with partner and friend named Doggie Diamonds Tv which airs live every Wednesday night 7-9pm via tunein app under DTF RADIO.

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