As we inch closer to the release of Smif-N-Wessun’s The All the dynamic duo drop “Ocean Drive” featuring Musiq Soulchild on the hook and a vicious rhyme from Rapsody. The All drops on February 22nd.
The long overdue Carolina connection has come to fruition as Rapsody and J. Cole join forces over 9th Wonder production on “Sojourner.” This joint right here is the truth.
Rapsody lends the lyrical assist to UK singer Moss Kena on “Problems,” which also features THEY.
Black Thought dropped a jewel last night with the Streams of Thought Vol. 1 EP produced by 9th Wonder & The Soul Counsel . It may be only five songs but the verbal ferocity is in full force. If you need convincing, check out the brutal lyrical barrage from Thought and Rapsody on “Dostoyevsky.”
Rapsody keeps the videos coming from her Grammy nominated album Laila’s Wisdom. The video for “Pay Up” is all about the cost of relationships and the gold diggers on both sides.
Rapsody joins H.E.R. over the sultry sounds of Alex Da Kid production on “Go.”
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.