Rapsody Uplifts on “Fire”
Rapsody is back with a her track titled "Fire." The North Carolina native reflects on the state of America following the election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States. The powerful record finds the Roc Nation signee rapping about hate, sexism, white supremacy, the 13th amendment and so much more.
"We gon’ still be alright/Joy come in the morning, we just gotta last for a night/The mask came off tonight/Don’t matter who in the Big House/We gon’ still march and fight, word to the people! Whaddup!/My brothers still standing strong holding dey nutz/Sistaaaaahs! We built tough right? Right," she raps.
With production by the Soul Council’s Ka$h, Khrysis and 9th Wonder plus additional instrumentation by Moonchild, Rapsody gives a bold cry to anyone listening to stand strong and fight for our rights. This record couldn't come at a better time. A few weeks ago Rapsody also penned a letter calling Trump out for his misogynistic comments.
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