Go ‘head and let the name fool ya: Rapsody can rap. Raised in rural North Carolina, she’s spit with the best of her generation — Mac Miller, Phonte, Big K.R.I.T.
9th Wonder’s protégé spoke to Rhymes & Reasons about the great MC Lyte’s “Poor Georgie, ” The Fugees’ “Ready or Not,” and Method Man’s and Mary J. Blige’s “All I Need.”
Must be something in the water down South.
Check out the interview below:
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