Rapsody's philosophy is "Culture Over Everything," referring to the culture of hip-hop music. She describes this phrase in an interview with Vibe Magazine where she says, "To me, it’s about culture more so then money or anything. I make music for the people of the culture we’re in; that comes first. If you touch the people first, the rest just falls into place. That’s what it means to me, just preserving and respecting the culture."
Her biggest placement prior to her career as an artist is her guest appearance on Kendrick Lamar's "Complexion" (A Zulu Love), which appears on his third studio album, To Pimp a Butterfly, that was released in March 2015. Since early 2016, Rapsody's first major feud as a female hip hop artist is with fellow female rapper Nicki Minaj.
- 2 Vocals
- 1 Instruments & Performance
- 2 Writing & Arrangement
- 48 Featuring & Presenting
- 4 Production
|none||Rapsody (2)||Thank H.E.R. Now (20xFile, MP3, Mixtape)||Jamla||none||US||2011|
|none||Rapsody (2)||For Everything (14xFile, FLAC, MP3, Mixtape)||Jamla||none||US||2011|
|Rapsody (2)||The Idea Of Beautiful (Album)||It's A Wonderful World Music Group, Jamla||US||2012||Diese Version verkaufen|
|Rapsody (2)||She Got Game (Deluxe Edition) (Album)||Jamla, Culture Over Everything||US||2013|
|Rapsody (2)||Laila's Wisdom (Album)||Jamla||US||2017||Diese Version verkaufen|
|none||Rapsody (2)||Eve (16xFile, AAC, Album)||Jamla||none||US||2019|
Singles & EPs
|none||Rapsody (2)||Beauty And The Beast (10xFile, MP3, EP)||Jamla, Culture Over Everything||none||US||2014|
|none||Rapsody (2)||Crown (10xFile, MP3, EP)||Jamla, Culture Over Everything||none||US||2016|