This edition of Wired Tracks is best served when your speakers are loud, as HHW highlights Chief Keef’s latest release “Bouncin.”
We’ve been meaning to acknowledge a new track by Rapsody called “Roses” that comes in the wake of the rapper not making the XXL Freshman list.
Last week, Jamla owned the Internets after dropping a handful of records from the Jamla Is The Squad compilation album. But today, the clique upped the ante by streaming the full project to coincide with its release.
You’re doing yourself a huge disservice if you haven’t checked out Rapsody‘s She Got Game mixtape. On it appeared a track called “Kingship,” produced by DJ Premier, which receives a worthy visual treatment today.
Rapsody delivered yet another quality body of work with She Got Game, which featured a track featuring Chance The Rapper called “Lonely Thoughts.” Today, Life+Times premieres an updated version that’s even more lyrical due to an additional verse from Big K.R.I.T.
We fux with Rapsody‘s music around these parts because simply put, she’s a superior MC, and that’s regardless of her gender. That’s why it would behoove you to check out She Got Game, her Gangsta Grillz collaboration with DJ Drama.
Jamla lyricist Rapsody has some very profound things to say about society on her latest release, “Generation.” It’s bigger than Hip-Hop here, and we can’t help but think the Trayvon Martin case partially inspired this tune.
Some artists are criminally slept on. Case in point, Jamla lyricist Rapsody — who has properly represented the lineage of female MCs for some time now — continues her wave of quality releases with, “Dark Knights,” featuring Wale.
Rapsody reminds listeners why the soulful, boom-bap sound once flourished in Hip-Hop in her video for The Idea Of Beautiful standout track “The Drums.” Songstress Heather Victoria and The Soul Council band back the North Carolina rhymesayer, as she spits about what made her fall in love with the culture.