She Ain’t Playing. She Works.
Wackness is ubiquitous, especially in hiphop. It has run a muck, but bringing balance to hiphop and particularly, the scene in Chicago is the first lady of Rhymesayers, Psalm One. What can I say about Psalm that hasn’t already been said? Not much. Skills-check, wordplay-check, familiar with metaphors, similes and the use of a thesaurus-checkaroo.
She is a bgirl’s bgirl. Hailing from Englewood, Repping the Go, original member of the Nacrobats and now doing it solo. Psalm’s latest project Women at Work. Is a project in three parts: Something for erbody— party perfect product, old school boom bap, backpackeresque and the unexpected. A lyricist with a sense of the world around her and a sense of humor always makes for an engaging listen. Don’t sleep on sis, You might find her at the foot of your bed with her ginsu knives