Rapsody’s ‘Oprah’ Video Goes Back To The Hood To Showcase Black Enterprise With Leikeli47
Written by B87FM on September 9, 2019
Rapsody‘s “Oprah” video goes again to the hood to showcase Black unity and energy. From taking pictures cube with big-faced tons of on the nook round a deal with of Bumbu Rum to taking a homeless man on a pleasure experience along with her in her Audi, Rapsody exhibits Black pleasure all through her newest visible. Rapsody premiered the video on her Instagram account Monday.
Within the video, Rapsody takes a homeless man to her meals drive, the “Folks’s Free Meals Program” — a reference to the meals program initially began by the Black Panthers within the 1970s. The person receives a bag of groceries and a wad of money from Rapsody earlier than making off with a smile. Rapsody continues on along with her day, popping Belaire on the grand opening of her Black-owned enterprise. Scenes of the music video lower forwards and backwards from Rapsody sitting down whereas draped in all black with an Oprah Winfrey quote above, “Should you don’t inform them they gained’t get instructed.” The message is obvious: Black individuals serving to one another will assist everybody in the long term.
Rapsody’s “Oprah” visible comes on the heels of her “Nina” video. Each are part of Rapsody’s third solo album Eve launched by way of Roc Nation final month. As well as, Rapsody’s set to carry out with Meek Mill for the NFL’s “Kickoff Expertise” marketing campaign, and she’s going to tour with Huge KRIT beginning subsequent week.