After spending time with SRC Records and releasing her collaborative album with Fat Joe through RNG, Remy Ma has now landed at a new record label.

A representative for Columbia Records has confirmed to XXL that the "All the Way Up" rapper has inked a deal with the label but would not reveal further details about the signing or when Remy would be releasing a new album.

Whenever Remy does decide to put out new music, we may get a collaboration with Cardi B. In September, the rapper revealed the two had discussed working on a song together. "We actually were talking about it last night," Remy said. "She like literally grabbed me, she was like, 'We need to do a song together.' I was like, 'ok.' She's like, 'I'm not playin'.'"

Up next for Remy, the New York rapper will be joining Love & Hip Hop: New York for the series' eighth season. Set to premiere on Oct. 30 on VH1, Remy will join Safaree Samuels, Yandy Smith, Bianca Bonnie, Snoop, Rich Dollaz, MariahLynne, DJ Self and more. Singer Lil Mo and husband Karl Dargan will also be joining the series.

Earlier this year, Remy teamed up with Fat Joe to release Plata O PlomoThe 12-song album debuted at No. 44 on the Billboard 200 chart, moving 11,158 copies in its first week but did spawn the successful single, "All the Way Up." The song made it to No. 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 9 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and was also certified double platinum.

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