Lil Kim and Remy Ma have dropped visuals for their song, "Wake Me Up." The song is featured on Remy's upcoming project, 7 Winters, 6 Summers.

The creative video is directed by Elf Rivera and finds Remy and Kim in their element, looking fly in front of numerous backdrops, driving fast cars and even features clips of Remy waving around guns.

The song, which samples Lil' Kim's 1996 track “Queen Bitch," was produced by Cool and Dre, Smitty Beatz and 808 Ray. On the track, Remy boasts about taking the rap crown, while Kim is on the hook rapping, "You bitches ain't humble enough."

On the second verse, Remy Ma gets right down to business, rapping, "I'm rich, I'mma stay that bitch / You fake-ass bitch, you owe homage, pay that shit / Spray that fif', the crown, I'mma take that shit / 'Cause you a clown and Homey don't play that shit."

"I wanted to pay homage to Kim. I feel like she is like the Madonna of the hip-hop world to me," said Remy Ma about the track on Zane Lowe's World Record show. "Her style is iconic, and I wanted to show homage and pay homage to that, so when I called her, I told her, I’m like, 'Listen, I want you on this record, but I just want you to be Kim. I want you to be the girl that was squatting down in a leopard thong, be that Kim.'"

Take a look at the video above.

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