Rapsody Delivers Star-Studded “EVE” LP
Rapsody has delivered her EVE EP which welcomes 16 tracks with related notable Hip-Hop artists as we previously listed their names following last update.
The tracklist, cover and stream is below.
Rapsody EVE Tracklist
This Post Is Been Updated. Previously on Amahiphop, Rapsody Announces New Album “Eve” Releasing Soon
Rapsody new album piloting a new rival in the Hip-Hop culture ? The diva is pulling more harder to retain her rap crown as she announces new album striking as a heavyweight without any constraint. From what we perceive lately, Eve is an album shelving plans to debut this year probably next month the female rap wizardry is getting behind the studio for the sake of her new project.
During her minutes with an interview supervised Essence, her advocate is a full review of her Eve album and gave positive opt. Rapsody for long time ruffling some feathers to cough out how some women helped her life, those who assist and gave her a high profile prestige, helping her career and most of her reputation is to help the women uplifting.
“It’s my ode to the women in my life who have made me who I am, but at the same time I realize it’s bigger than me,” she explained. “It’s more about the village of Black women. I feel like we all have similar experiences and similar stories and very similar inspirations. My last album, that was for me. That was all personal things that, you know, you can listen to and maybe you can relate, but a lot of it was for me.”
She also took to her Instagram account and present the story of Adam and Eve of course that’s where the album name comes in. “Then the man Adam named his wife Eve, because she would be the mother of all who live.” From the Eve video below, we are now ready to welcoming album on August 9 and that wont be a much anticipating.
The album is guesting tradition female raps like Queen Latifah and D’Angelo and also collaborating with more hip-hop female rappers. She also move to render more electrifying context, a written speech putting props to the black women.“With this one, I wanted to talk about how important it is to have representation, to have women — Black women — you can look to in your life, whether it’s your mother or your sister, or you turn on the TV and you look at The Cosby Show’s Phylicia Rashad or Cicely Tyson, and now Issa Rae or Yara Shahidi,” she told Essence. “To have examples you can draw from who look like you — that inspires you and feeds you.”
Rapsody is not leaving the black women or condemn racist which has caused harm to most lives meanwhile her new album is where she educates and put things that’s need to be handled appropriately