As sublime an emcee as Rapsody happens to be, you almost feel like you’re being spoiled when she weaves through Basketball Wives, Lauryn Hill tax issues and the stories of rap life while still being true to herself on “Believe Me”. The Hill love goes beyond the chorus, a sample of The Fugees “Ready Or Not” and stretches into Raps actual structure, patient like a running back to make every punchline feel like an Earl Campbell blast up the middle. Her debut LP The Idea Of Beautiful drops August 28th on Jamla. Watch “Believe Me” directed by Kenneth Price below.