With the release of her hit single “Ghetto Kids” and Father on her third mixtape, I Am Legend which was released on May 27th, Reema Major has no plans of slowing down this year. She has worked with some of today’s top producers including: The Stereotypes, Bangladesh and DJ Toomp. The world is definitely limitless to this soon to be LEGEND, especially with her family and God by her side. Keep God First is Reema’s daily mantra that has been passed down to her by her best friend and number one fan, her mother. When asked about her future, Reema replied, I want to be remembered as one of the best female rappers ever, and she is well on her way.
When I first met Reema Major I had no idea that this talented young rapper was only 16 years old. I remember seeing her in the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher last year, and ever since her infamous appearance she continues to prove how talented she is despite her age.
This youngster is definitely a force to be reckoned with in the hip hop biz. This girl not only has an ill flow, but she is fluent in Arabic, Sudanese, Tribal Tongue, as well as English. These colorful languages and cultures that they represent inspires her fashion, love of life, and absolutely her music.
In 2010 Reema Major signed to a joint venture with Universal Music Canada, and Interscope Records, which was one year after she had been introduced to the world when her first single Gucci Bag was released to an online audience. Gucci Bag received some positive feedback, and due to the large demand Reema Major released her first mixtape Youngest In Charge in 2010. Arabic Princess was her second single off the mixtape, and this track definitely helped with her breakthrough to the younger audience.
She is for sure the youngest in charge with the talent and the skills that are well beyond her years, and a wise soul. Reema Major in my opinion is one of the hottest females in the game. Her sound is versatile, and it depicts her worldly outlook on life. Unlike many artists her age, her music is a reflection of her personal experiences and her vast cultural exposure, a quality that contributes to her edgy lyrics and style.