With focus, hunger & clear determination, BombShell's re-emergence has spawned a reinvention of self and sound...KORI BLAKE...back for the first time with a 13 song resurrection entitled "Rapsody." Rapsody is a talent-filled offering of lyrical punch-lines, melodic grooves and infectious choruses. It clearly articulates the maturity and growth of the artist and is a breath of fresh air from the over-done, braggadocious and sex-ridden exhibitions of most female rappers. This album bridges the gap between the "ole heads" and the "teeny-boppers" of music; between the R&B conservatives and the avid listeners of rap. Kori Blake's concepts of womanhood and her ingenuity of style pierce through the thought-provoking "If I Was Yo' Woman" and the monster ladies' anthem "Still We Rise." With songs like "Don't Stop" and "I'm Good" which mix old-school tunes and Kori Blake's hypnotic voice, the hodgepodge of supporters is limitless. Surprisingly enough, you won't find this album stamped with the "explicit lyrics" moniker so often plagued by rap artists' albums. "...my talents take me far beyond curse words. I just wanna make good music and money."