After having a stellar 2015 with the lone rhyming appearance on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, Rapsody — along with 9th Wonder and the musical collective known as The Storm Troopers — was the latest guest to the small desk of NPR Music’s Bob Boilen and blessed the desk with a brief set that includes “Godzilla,” “The Man” and “Hard To Choose.” Watch and enjoy.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, Rhythm Roulette fans. While most of y’all don’t deserve shit the way you’ve been wilding in the comments sections this past year, we decided to let it slide and gift you with a new episode featuring the North Carolina legend 9th Wonder.
After linking up at The Record Krate in Raleigh, we joined 9th back at his studio to watch the master at work. With Charly McClain, Jermaine Jackson, and The Temprees at his disposal, the GRAMMY award-winning producer warmed up with a few quick flips before ultimately chopping up Lovemen. The final result was so crazy, Rapsody immediately hopped in the booth to bless it with a proper verse.
Bad Lucc taps Rapsody for the Notorious B.I.G. sampled “Ski Mask.”
Big K.R.I.T. connects with Rapsody and the two absolutely destroy the 9th Wonder production on “Guillotine Flow.”
Talib and Rapsody deliver the visuals for this cut from the upcoming Indie 500 project that is a collaborative album between Kweli and 9th Wonder.
With The Roots providing the music, Talib Kweli and Rapsody perform “Every Ghetto” on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
Joey Bada$$ joins Rapsody for the remix of “Don’t Need It.”
Everything that Statik Selektah has dropped off of his album Lucky 7 has been on fire and now you can listen to the album in its entirety thanks to Spotify. Featuring the likes of Royce Da 5’9″, Joey Bada$$, Big K.R.I.T., Rapsody, Your Old Droog and more, this is definitely one for the heads. Cop yours on iTunes.
Rapsody shows up and shows out alongside Torae and DJ Premier on “The Tor Guide.” Infinite dopeness.
It’s ladies first as Diamond D rounds up an all-female cast of emcees for “Pump Ya Brakes” off of the producer’s The Diam Piece album.