From the Carolina’s to the 106 & Park stage. Jamla has come a long way. The two Jamla Records signees perform the 9th Wonder produced cut “The Drums”. I’ve seen these two perform this song live, and you’re gonna love it if you haven’t. Check out the performance after the jump. Interview here.
Rapsody’s debut album, The Idea Of Beautiful is available now. Read more
Usually handled by the homie Ace Dizzy Flow, today I get a stab at the new 9th Wonder & Buckshot video featuring Rapsody. Back at it with director Kenneth Price, this collaboration comes off 9th & Buckshot’s new album The Solution, being released November 13th. Pre-order their project here, and check out the official video after the jump.
Jamla rapper Rapsody took over TheNQM.com while at the A3C festival to interview Jamla peer Quentin Thomas aka GQ. Yes, THAT Quentin Thomas. The UNC player turned rapper even dropped a freestyle. Love to the JAMLA family. GQ’s Death Threats & Love Notes coming soon.
As promised, Rapsody releases her brand new video for the 9th Wonder produced, Heather Victoria featured track “The Drums.” A real feel good track, and dope visuals from the main man Kenneth Price. I see you Soul Council. Purchase The Idea Of Beautiful via Jamla Records / Culture Over Everything here. Check out the official video after the jump. Read more
Since releasing her debut album The Idea Of Beautiful, The first lady of Jamla/Kooley High member shows no efforts of slowing down anytime soon. In a recent interview with Complex, Rapsody speaks on having three EPs in the works, one with Eric G, and two others. I can’t wait for this Rapsody x Eric G. EP. Also Rapsody speaks on an upcoming 9th Wonder executive produced Kooley High album in 2013.
Speaking of next, what are your plans for the next six months or so?
For the next six months we are going to really push this record until we can’t push it any more. There will be a lot more visuals shot, definitely a lot of touring, as well as recording. I have three EPs in the works and I want to start on the next solo project after that. Also in 2013, 9th will be executive producing the Kooley High album. It’s going to be a busy, but fun filled six months.
What’s the plan with those EPs?
They are all collaborative projects. I’m doing an EP with Eric G of The Soul Council and the other with two other artist I want to work with. I’m just having fun making music. So, I wouldn’t get too tied down with full length projects, I decided to make all of them EPs.