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Rapsody’s ‘Afeni’ Video The Trials and Tribulations Of A Single Black Mother

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At the conclusion of 2019, Rapsody stood among all of hip-hop with a top-five album in Eve. An album that commemorated and honored the lives of sixteen powerful and historically prominent black women.

Rapsody returns with a new video for the PJ Morton-featuring “Afeni.” The video starts with a clip from Tupac’s famous acapella rendition of “Keep Your Head Up” during a visit to Marcus Garvey School in 1993, then follows a black woman who is in a seemingly great relationship until she is faced with an unexpected pregnancy.

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