Rapsody – Believe Me

Hip-hop newcomer Rapsody’s first single hit the waves August 6th. Believe Me, from her debut album The Idea of Beautiful [1], is a simple track meant to introduce the world to something that’s been sorely missing from mainstream music — pure and simple hip-hop.

The video, directed by Kenneth Price, is simple: coated in dusty blue and grey, it shows Rapsody in what looks and feels like her hometown of Snow Hill, NC, rapping on a rooftop. Around her is what seems to be a contingent of her friends and label mates, standing in a circle and symbolizing the unity of their group as well as supporting their friend without hesitation.

Rapsody’s album dropped on August 28th and is available on iTunes.


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