Rapsody finally dropped a video for “Power,” one of the stellar songs on her fantastic album, Laila’s Wisdom. Shot by Cam Be, the visual celebrates black power and how it all pulls us together.

Throughout the clip, we see symbolic images of everyday black life - from a minister preaching in a church, to steppers in a fraternity, to a couple hugging each other at a laundromat. Interspersed in the video is Rapsody's performance of her empowering song in an abandoned warehouse and other locations.

"I went the rap route, homie get out the trap house / I want the power to be able rap bout, what I rap bout / Black child / God, love and textiles / Point, blank decimal, Steph Curry projectile / I saw the goal from eight mile," she raps.

Although Lance Skiiiwalker makes a cameo, Kendrick Lamar, sadly, is absent in the video. No matter, Rapsody shines in the visual that's energetic and heartfelt.

Watch Rapsody's video above.

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