Windows down, music blasting, Honda Accord speeding, fresh country air breathing. That just took me back to my childhood when I would spend summers in the rural parts of my home state of North Carolina. They were simple and worry free, some of the best moments of my life. Growing up in Snow Hill North Carolina, I’m sure Rapsody appreciates and understands exactly what I mean. Heavily influenced by Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Common and Mos Def just to name a few, she’s mastered the technique of telling a story that paints a vivid picture — no HD. Rapsody is the first artist/lady signed to It’s A Wonder World Music Group/Jamla which speaks for itself. A firm believer in, “Anything the boys can do, I can do better” The Return of the B-Girl is ready to bring that, “old thang back.”, in her very own way obviously. I support Rapsody and her movement. No, I am not just saying that because she’s my cousin. Some things you just can’t deny, Rapsody just so happens to be one.
Produced by 9th Wonder
Directed by Kenneth Price