The Rap is back.

Rapsody has just introduced her long-awaited album, You should Really do not Cry and unleashes its next single, “Stand Tall” together with its audio video.

On a set for an interview with shut friend and actress Sanaa Lathan, the North Carolina MC showcases her lyrical prowess where by she addresses raw thoughts surrounding authenticity, rumors, and honor.

“You gon’ shine or fade to black as a outcome of all your damages / I learned lifetime like bicycle rides, we gotta handle it,” she raps. “Visits with my Auntie, my uncle ashes on the mantelpiece / Her tears never cease, it’s like the cycles on a rinse repeat.

Somewhere else, Rap provides, “I’m slash from that cloth, so each day’s a mental cleansing spree / Navigating by this enterprise, tryna uncover some decency / But you only ponder if I try to eat coochie or like some dick in me / Y’all need to browse Dick Gregory/ Bitches.”

“Stand Tall” is the stick to-up to previous year’s “Asteroids” featuring Strike-Boy. Be sure to Really don’t Cry will be Rapsody’s fourth studio album pursuing 2019’s Eve. The album drops May perhaps 17 and will involve appearances by Erykah Badu, Lil Wayne, Phylicia Rashad, Toddler Tate, Alex Isley, and far more.