Remy Ma hasn't released a solo album in more than a decade. Following Remy's release from prison in 2014, she immediately returned to music, doing remixes to popular rap songs at the time and two mixtapes. Reuniting with Fat Joe mainly reintroduced Remy, as they garnered hits like, “All The Way Up” and “Money Showers.” Following their collaborative effort “Plata O Plomo,” Remy Ma is preparing her sophomore album, “Seven Winters & Six Summers.”
Inspired by the amount of time she spent in jail, the upcoming album is a true depiction of her time behind bars. "When I did my first album, I felt like, ‘This is about me. I wanna do what I feel and what I want to do. I don’t want to conform to what everyone else is doing.’ With Seven Winters & Six Summers, it’s the same exact thing,” she told Rap-Up.“I don’t want to dwell on what people expect to hear or what people want to hear. I want to tell my story the way that it is."
“The people that want to hear that journey, from point A to point B, and the growth,” she added, “I think that they’ll be very happy.”
Seven Winters & Six Summers is due out sometime next year, but an official release date has not been announced.