Grammy-nominated emcee Rapsody comes through with a video from one of the favorite’s from Laila’s Wisdom. “Chrome” follows what happens when a carjacking goes south and guns are drawn.
No need to be serious all of the time, right? Rapsody has a little fun with the video for her Grammy nominated “Sassy.” The Laila’s Wisdom emcee has a house party and helps a friend get acquainted with the opposite sex.
Rapsody drops the official video for “Power” and it’s all about embracing blackness. Although Kendrick Lamar wasn’t able to film his verse, the video doesn’t slow down as it rolls into GQ’s verse from “Ridin.”
To set the table for Laila’s Wisdom dropping, Rapsody drops an absolute banger off the album with “Power.” The Jamla emcee trades bars with Kendrick Lamar over a ridiculously savage beat from 9th Wonder. There are so many quotables that you’ll have a hard time picking one. Get Laila’s Wisdom, you won’t be disappointed.
Rapsody is marching toward the highly anticipated release of Laila’s Wisdom and drops another track off the album in the form of “Pay Up.” Yet another banger and if it is a sign of things to come, all emcees should be on notice.
Rapsody has formally announced that September 22nd will mark the release of her full length album Laila’s Wisdom. And after teasing us with loose bangers, the Jamla emcee drops the first official single featuring Busta Rhymes “You Should Know.”
Rapsody tackled the issues that we face in our community on “The Pain” and now breaks down the bars she delivered with Genius.
Rapsody keeps things going with another release as the Jamla emcee delivers “O.L.M.S.” It’s really time to start asking where the album is at because she’s been dropping nothing but heat.
Rapsody keeps them coming as the Jamla emcee releases a video for “The Point” featuring Hiatus Kaiyote. Rap takes to the rooftop to kick the ballistics.
After delivering “The Pain,” Rapsody gets right to “The Point” with Hiatus Kaiyote lending some vocal assistance on the hook.