Psalm One | Woman at Work

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Woman at Work

by Psalm One

Woman at Work chronicles the journey of Psalm One as she attempts to break barriors in Hip Hop, in music, in life. Better Than My Last is the first Single from Woman at Work, a promotional series for Music Lovers.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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People always want to know, “How does it feel to be a woman in Hip-Hop?”

My answer? I’ve been a woman in a lot of male-dominated fields. I’m a chemist, so I’ve worked in lots of labs, spending afternoons cleaning up frog guts and bovine particles. I was a soccer coach and my team didn't really start winning until I brought in someone who could coach better; and yes, it was a guy.

I worked for a while laying copy for a Chicago newspaper, I spent most of my time writing raps though. I worked at a restaurant or two and when I wore tight pants my tips were pretty nice. I was even a personal assistant once. I reported to the Executive Vice President of an Investment Banking Firm on Wall Street, and the perks were unbelievable!

Like I said, I’ve worked in a lot of male-dominated fields. It’s always a bit tricky to maneuver. Women still make 70 cents on the dollar, and there is still a glass ceiling. But I get up everyday, and I work to shatter that ceiling. One day I’ll be recognized for much more than my cup size, but until then I consider myself vital to my job, to my field.

My name is Psalm One, and I’m a rapper.

My latest effort, "Woman at Work" shows just how good I am at my job. W@W is the first in a series, something to satiate my fans and supporters until my next Rhymesayers album is released...and yes, I am still the Lady of Rhymesayers; A woman at work.


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