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Rapsody is the new force in hip hop, and she's blazing the trail for a new generation of emcees, showcasing effortless lyrical mastery in an age of celebrating the culture of a hip hop renaissance. "Hip hop in its essence is real; I'm still hearing every rhyme."

She is the protégé of Grammy Award-winning producer 9th Wonder, the first lady of North Carolina super crew Kooley High, and one of the first artists signed to Jamla Records/It's A… read more

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  • Avatar for henri-Q
    great verse in Complexion (A Zulu Love)
  • Avatar for sbirkoff
    v Exactly, they are two separate artists. They need to be separated because now they are connected. Prince Igor isn't her song.
  • Avatar for JamesStayPaid
    v Don't do this Rapsody and The Rapsody are two seperate artists
  • Avatar for sbirkoff
    Please go to "[artist]The Rapsody[/artist]" page and suggest a correction: The Rapsody is correct.
  • Avatar for lajtowoOdo
    <3
  • Avatar for aalxndr
    love rapsody
  • Avatar for TheAbbott
    Wait, is this a new emcee that's both in the spotlight AND dope? I've been sleeping during these three years. So sad that there's no true scene in Europe for the new good Hip Hop.
  • Avatar for Marxism1
    mixtape is a bowl of candy corn.
  • Avatar for TiffaniTiger
    You should do a song with with Queen Latifah, Monie Love, Missy Elliot, MC Lyte to celebrate the female emcees of the early 90s! 4 of hip hop's finest women ever!
  • Avatar for TiffaniTiger
    I like your style, but how about some T-shirts representing some of hip hop's early female icons - Monie Love, MC Lyte, Roxanne Shanté, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez, TLC, Salt-N-Pepa, Queen Latifah, & Missy Elliot - to name a few of my personal favz! Not to forget the very earliest of rap's females MC Sha Rock, The Sequence, Lady B, plus groups that included females - Digable Planets, Posse in Effect, Antoinette, The Campbellack Dancers a.k.a. The Lockers, West Street Mob, among others. Much respect to the female rappers! I'd say don't go with Lil' Kim because the music industry exploited her image as well as many other women. Nothin' wrong with sex, but it's problematic when that's all the music industry wants to represent - sex and love - so they can make lots of dough - and forgetting that there's more to women than that! Much luck to you!

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