Last week, Rapsody kicked off promotion for her forthcoming Gangsta Grillz tape (and brought her label’s Summer of Jamla series to a thrilling conclusion) with Dark Knights, a reader-acclaimed cut which found her trading verses with Maybach Music hitmaker Wale. Premiered today via 2DopeBoyz, the follow-up single features another of the most successful members of rap’s rising Generation: indie phenom Mac Miller jumps on 9th Wonder‘s pensive sample work to share some blunted reflections on our shifting zeitgeist. Musical Renaissance man and perennial DJBooth fave Jared Evan rounds out the lineup, taking center stage on the record’s hazy hook. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep your browsers locked for more fresh song releases leading up to the July 20, arrival of Rapsody’s DJ Drama-hosted She Got Game street album.
Written by richard on 07/24/13
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