Remy Ma is going all the way up. The Bronx rapper has signed a multi-million deal with Columbia Records, according to Billboard.

Remy had been in ongoing negotiations with several record labels before deciding to go with Columbia. Earlier this year, the 37-year-old artist released a collaborative album with Fat Joe called Pata O Plomo, which included the Grammy-nominated single, “All the Way Up.”

Remy has been keeping busy this year. While working on her new project, tentatively called Seven Winters, Six Summers, she was embroiled in a heated rap feud with Nicki Minaj. But on the daytime talk show The Real, Remy Ma said that they have settled their beef.

"I say all the time I’m petty, but there’s a thin line between petty and pathetic. You have to stop at some point," she said. "I said what I said and that's it."

Speaking of rap beefs, Remy Ma is setting up her new single, "Wake Me Up," with Nicki's longtime rap nemesis Lil' Kim.

Insiders told TMZ that the track is filled with subliminal shots at the Queen Barbz. Among the zingers include, "That crown I'm gonnna take that shit / Cause you a clown and homie don't play that shit."

If this is true, those are some tepid shots. There's been no official word on when Remy will drop her new single.