Remy, Shawnna, Jacki-O Form New Female Rap Group

 A new female super-group is emerging, as Bronx, New York rapper Remy Martin, Chicago, Illinois rapper Shawnna and Miami, Florida rapper Jacki-O have teamed to create an all-female rap collective, that will release an album this Spring.

Rumors about the group's existence has surfaced for weeks and sources have confirmed that the three women are recording an untitled album together.

"They have been recording tracks over the past month, Jacki-O has been in New York, Shawnna and Remy have been in Miami," a source said. "The album is going to define all three of them and the material is going to speak for itself."

While rumors reported the trio's name to be Head B**ches In Charge, sources stated that the females have not decided on a name for the new group.

The unnamed rap group will have a pro-female attitude, while their album will feature cameo appearances by women only.

While the females have not found a recording home for their project, an official announcement is expected once contractual issues for each group member are resolved.

Remy Ma is an artist signed with SRC/Universal. Her 2006 album There's Something About Remy produced the hit singles "Whuteva" and "Conceited."

Shawnna is a member of Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace. She was featured on Ludacris' 2003 hit single "Stand Up." In 2006, Shawnna released her sophomore album Block Music, which produced her biggest hit to date, "Gettin' Some."

Jacki-O was signed to Miami-based label Poe Boy Entertainment and her best known single is "Nookie," taken from her 2004 album, Poe Little Rich Girl.

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