She Got Game

Rainey was awarded $7.1 million in a judgment after accusing the Compton rapper of sexual assault back in 2015 after appearing on the 'She Got Game' reality show.

As the saying goes, “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” Rapsody plays both in an eerie visual for “Dark Knights.”

Rapsody proves yet again that her lyrical prowess should not be questioned via a new track, titled “Mass Hysteria.”

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.

Two things. Leaked tracks suggest that Rapsody is bringing the fire on her forthcoming project, She Got Game. Secondly, the Jamla MC managed to get Phonte and Jay Electronica on the same damn song.

Just Blaze spoke with us exclusively and weighed in on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse along with other big news. Last night (August 13), a pair of his peers, 9th Wonder and Young Guru, added their two cents to the ongoing discussion.

You’re doing yourself a great injustice if you haven’t lent Rapsody an ear. She’s been pulling her weight on the microphone for some time now, and returns today with a new track called “Never Know,” featuring Nipsey Hussle, Ab-Soul, and Terrace Martin. 2DopeBoyz premiered the jam.

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.