It’s been just over two weeks since Rapsody dropped her women-empowering album EVE. The project, which RealStreetRadio rated a perfect 5.0, boasted a roster of talented guests, including Queen Latifah, GZA, D’Angelo and J. Cole.

One of those collaborations, “OPRAH,” features the elusive Leikeli47. On Monday (September 9), the two rap powerhouses dropped a visual for the track, bringing “OPRAH” to life.

Directed by Farah X, the video starts with Rapsody shooting a game of craps on the sidewalk with a group of ladies and collecting all of their Harriet Tubman bills.

She eventually links with the shrouded Leikeli47 and they proceed to annihilate the Eric G-produced beat. Just like the song, the video closes with spoken word poet/author Reyna Biddy talking about perseverance.

“OPRAH” follows the previously released visual for “NINA,” the album opener.

Watch the “OPRAH” video above.

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