Pushing your individual pen has been a long-debated subject within the hip-hop trade, particularly within the rap recreation. And artist Remy Ma just lately gave her ideas on the subject throughout a dialog with MC and podcast host Math Hoffa. The 13-minute video, revealed on March 1, started with a “robust query” from Math.
“Properly let’s get to the robust questions. How essential is it for a feminine to jot down her personal lyrics,” Math requested.
“It’s not essential,” Remy responded.
At this level, Math went deeper into the query asking “It’s not essential in any respect?” Then, he adopted up by asking “has somebody ever written for you.” Remy Ma responded, “no.”
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When Math requested if Remy would enable somebody to jot down for her, once more she responded no. The dialog continued with some back-and-forth between the significance of writing your individual phrases and Remy selecting to push her personal pen. She clarified once more that nobody has ever written for her, however that she’s “written for different individuals.”
“No, it’s not essential, however I simply really feel like no one writes higher than me,” Remy Ma mentioned.
When Math and different visitors identified that they assume Remy’s statements are contradicting, the feminine rapper clarified her level.
“It’s not that I wouldn’t take…there’s been instances the place producers typically they’ll have a hook that’s already there or one thing like that,” Remy mentioned. “However, I simply really feel like I like the way in which I believe and I like the way in which my thoughts works and it’s one thing that I do. It’s simply my craft that I do.”
Remy continued to elucidate her viewpoint about writing her personal materials.
“Does it matter to me? Sure,” Remy Ma confirmed. “If I do know you don’t write your sh*t, I’m going to have a look at you loopy. I’m going to deal with you otherwise. Me, personally. Within the grand scope of issues, on the planet, no, however don’t discuss to me like your pen gold trigger I’m going to speak to you loopy. Nevertheless it doesn’t matter.”