Rapsody’s first Roc Nation collection “Laila’s Wisdom” arrives September 22.
North Carolina’s Rapsody caught the consideration of many fans and individuals through her important appearance on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly cut ” ” in 2015. From that point forward, Rapsody has made an incredible name for herself following the achievement of her Crown EP a year ago and landing herself an arrangement with Roc Nation the previous Summer. While having remained relaively calm generally of 2017, with special case to a couple #JamRocFriday discharges this Summer, Rapsody is going to change that here soon as she’s at long last preparing to discharge her first collection under Roc Nation called Laila’s Wisdom, which is slated to arrive in the not so distant future on September 22nd.
In any case, before it arrives, Rapsody has given us a thought of what’s in store from the venture as she’s felt free to uncovered a portion of the highlights on it in her most recent Instagram post. From the looks of it, the 14-track collection will highlight a large number of expressive scribes, including “Top Dawg” Kendrick Lamar, Anderson .Paak, Black Thought, BJ the Chicago Kid, Busta Rhymes, Musiq Soulchild, Gwen Bunn, TDE’s Lance Skiiiwalker, Terrace Martin, and L.A. trio Moonchild. Tragically we don’t have a clue about the official tracklist or melody titles yet, however that just helps manufacture suspicion pushing ahead.
To concur with this declaration, Rapsody additionally felt free to shared a piece of the up and coming record with Anderson Paak too, which influences me to assume this could be the following single to be heard ideally dropping this Friday?
Accessible now for pre-arrange on iTunes, those of you who exploit the early buy will get another record for nothing as a moment download called “You Should Know” including Busta Rhymes. You can tune in to that right here if you missed it last Friday.
Look at Rapsody’s IG post (beneath) and share your contemplations on it in the remarks. In the event that you happen to have an inquiry for the female emcee, at that point you can ask her yourself in Wednesday’s live Q&A going down on Twitter at 12 PM. Not certain if that is EST time zone, but rather accepting so.