Currently, the Hip-Hop queens of New York are at war, with Remy Ma on the offensive against Nicki Minaj and their predecessors — Lil Kim and Foxy Brown — throwing darts in the distance. With all of this taking place, another power player decided to take a light break from making music to give her own perspective on the current beef.
During a sit-down with the L.A. Leakers at Power 106, Brooklyn star Young M.A was asked about the aforementioned battle for the crown, which she supports in the name of Hip-Hop culture (as long as it doesn’t lead to violence):
At the end of the day, man, it is Hip Hop… It’s not like this is something new, you know what I mean? What we’ve experienced on the battling tip has been going on in Hip Hop for years. It’s part of the culture, you know what I mean? I get it. As long as ain’t nobody dying behind it. That’s all that matters, you know what I mean? We don’t want another 2 Pac and Biggie situation. That was probably like the most tragic way to go about Hip Hop. Unfortunately we had two greatest of all time — we had to lose them. As long it don’t ever get that far, I think it’s good. It’s entertainment.
In addition, M.A also spoke on her relationship with Tori Brixx and revealed that we’ll be getting a new EP (titled Her Story, which precedes the album Her Story In The Making) sooner than you think:
I know a lot of people, a lot of my supporters been waiting and it’s been a minute and I even feel weird not having nothing out. Definitely been working. So this month I will be dropping an EP, at the end of March. So we definitely gonna have a lot of new music that nobody ever heard before.
Watch the L.A. Leakers interview in full below. If you missed it, we’ve also included Young M.A latest visual for “Kween”.
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