Grammy-nominated American rapper Remy Ma has expressed her interest in recording a collaboration song with Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj, who are currently not in good terms, Vibe has learned.

"I think it would really be dope if we could get like a ill chick record with everybody who's doing what they're doing right now. Me, maybe Iggy Azalea, Nicki, like just do like a nice little collabo," Remy Ma said during her interview with Funkmaster Flex.

After serving six years in prison for assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion charges, Remy Ma was released on Aug. 1, Friday.

Two days after her release, Remy Ma was already releasing new music and doing interviews, Music Times reported.

After dropping her remix entitled "They Don't Love You No More," Remy Ma told Funkmaster Flex, "I'm excited, I'm happy. I'm extremely happy. I'm blessed; God allowed me to get another chance at what I love to do and everyone's been super, uber supportive."

Born Reminisce Smith, Remy Ma was formerly called Remy Martin. She is a former member of Big Pun's rap crew, Terror Squad.

While she has yet to sign a deal, Remy Ma said she might sign with DJ Khaled's We The Best Music.

"I've been talking to Khaled since I was still incarcerated, and he has a lot of great ideas and things he would like to do. I didn't sign with anyone yet," she said.

"I don't know where I wanna sign yet. I just know I go so much s--t I wanna say, and so much great songs that I think the world need to hear," she added.

Meanwhile, rapper T.I. has defended Azalea over the rumors that he was the ghost writer of the Australian rapper's lyrics following Minaj's BET Awards speech for Best Female Hip Hop Artist on June 29, Ecumenical News reported.

In an interview with Hot 107.5 of Detroit, T.I. said Azalea has her own ideas to present to the people in the studio who help her with her music.

Recently, Minaj tweeted "racism is alive & well," which was reportedly another criticism toward Azalea.

Both Azalea and Minaj have yet to comment on Remy Ma's interest in recording a collaboration song.