RAPSEASON presents Rapsody - .@rapsody



A Black Woman Created This Tour

Thursday February 13, 2020



Doors: 8PM

 RAPSEASON is proud to present RAPSODY at Toybox on Thursday February 13th for an all-ages audience.

Tickets start at $25.00 and are available at ticketweb.com
RAPSEASON pre-sale available Thursday December 5th from 10AM to 10PM
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday December 6th at 10AM

Rising from fierce independence to collaborating with some of the most celebrated names in hip-hop, multi-faceted rapper Rapsody has grown with every release. Her early mixtapes featured psychedelically soulful beats from legendary producer 9th Wonder, and by the late 2010s, she was trading verses with Kendrick LamarJ. ColeAnderson .Paak, and other greats. Her second album, Laila's Wisdom (2017), continued to expand the depth of her lyricism and gloss of production, and was nominated for multiple Grammys. She has since affirmed the deep influence of fellow black women across political history and artistic disciplines with her third proper album, Eve (2019).

Rapsody released her first EP, The Black Mamba, followed by her debut full-length, The Idea of Beautiful, in 2012. Whereas the production on the mixtapes was handled primarily by 9th Wonder, the album was produced by the Soul Council -- a production group made up of 9th WonderKhrysis, and Ka$h Don't Make Beats, among others. She released the She Got Game mixtape in 2013 before going on to receive a featured credit on the track "Complexion (A Zulu Love)" by Kendrick Lamar on his Grammy-winning 2015 album To Pimp a Butterfly. In 2016, she put out her second EP, Crown, while also inking a deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation. Rapsody's first release for the label was her sophomore effort, 2017's Laila's Wisdom. The effort featured guest performances from Lamar and Busta Rhymes. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album, and highlight "Sassy" was nominated in the category of Best Rap Song. The next year, in addition to a role in the Mass Appeal documentary series Rapture, Rapsody contributed several tracks to the 9th Wonder-produced compilation Jamla Is the Squad II. Among other songs on the comp, she traded bars with J. Cole on the bouncy throwback beat of "Sojourner" and the horn-driven "REDBLUE," which also featured JIDEve, her third proper studio album, arrived in 2019 with Queen LatifahGZAJID, and J. Cole among the guests.

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