Rapsody is adding some more hip-hop flavor to "Don't Need It," a track featured on her Beauty and the Beast EP.

The song, which originally featured the sultry singer Merna, now finds rapper Joey Bada$$ added to the fold. The Pro Era leader brings some nice wordplay to the Young-Guru produced effort.

"They don't wanna see you ball, they wanna see you fallin' / When they get too far they treat you like Kobe / As if he ain't scorin' but it's like he got a hex stat stuck up on him / So everybody in the stands won't applaud him, don't respect his glory," he rhymes.

The 27-year-old South Carolina native also adds some new lines herself. "I stay blacking out on these records / No question by now, you all should know my complexion / Many seats you can have me to usher / I got confessions / Most of them s---s ain't pleasant / See why y'all seem so hesitant to f--- with me / Is it pride due to my estrogen?" rhymes the Jamla Records signee.

Experience the remix below.

Listen to Rapsody's "Don't Need It" Remix Feat. Joey Bada$$ & Merna

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