MP3: Psalm One – “Taming the Goddess” (Prod. by Drew Mantia)

Premiered by EARMILK, the Chicago Emcee Delivers a Heavy Loose Single Following P.O.L.Y. (Psalm One Loves You) Album



Critical Praise:

“A seasoned writer with a soulful and vulnerable style, her songwriting is multi-faceted and ultra-cultural.” ASCAP

A witty, talented lyricist who’s not afraid to reveal personal information as well as brag about her own skills, which are certainly numerable.” All Music

“Living proof that a female rapper can be just as badass as a male one, that ‘female’ can be dropped altogether as a qualifier so that she can just be a rapper.” – Pop Matter

“How many more intellectual rap nerds and gangster rap poseurs does she have to leave doubled over in pain before people take notice of her dopeness?”–

The Song:
“‘Taming the Goddess‘ is as threatening to society’s notions as it is a killer party track,” said EARMILK in their premiere of Psalm One‘s new loose single. The Chicago rapper and first lady of Rhymesayers Ent. isn’t afraid to tackle multitude of topics and issues that might make the average person squeamish. Produced by Drew Mantia, “Taming the Goddess” finds Psalm One threatening to steal a man’s girl as she embraces her own polyamorous lifestyle. Having immersed herself into polyamory over the past year or so, an added element of lushness has arrived in Psalm One’s music. It’s a thread that runs through Psalm One’s P.O.L.Y. (Psalm One Loves You) album, which debuted via Complex on Sept. 24th

Psalm One has has been making noise in the underground rap scene for nearly a decade. Says the Examiner about the seasoned emcee, “At every corner, Psalm One performs good quality rhyme-work over productions that match her dynamic personality.” The new loose single, “Taming the Goddess,” follows the release of her “Plenty of Wins” video, her Rookie Mag-debuted track “Maybe Never,” and the Okayplayer-premiered “Impatient (Just U & Us).” Psalm One recently concluded her DIY Tour, but fans in Chicago can still catch her on upcoming dates at Schuba’s and the Hideout Inn.

Psalm One – “Taming the Goddess”:

Check out the EARMILK premiere:

Listen to P.O.L.Y. (Psalm One Loves You)

Please contact Michelle or Rory for more info.


Hologram Kizzie (aka Psalm One) is the first woman artist signed to Rhymesayers Entertainment, a powerhouse of a label known for breeding legends. She’s savvy, self-assured and with almost a decade of rapping and touring under her belt she easily captivates her audience with thoughtful, provocative lyrics and exudes confidence. She has toured North America and Europe; watching her perform is both invigorating and inspiring. Having a degree in Chemistry from the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, Psalm knows the importance of education, so between tours and music production, she partners with Intonation Music Workshop to offer Rhymeschool, a hip-hop based after school program with an emphasis on literacy and team building. Rhymeschool is offered in cities across the United States, Haiti, and France and was a featured story on PBS.

Psalm One reintroduced herself to the world under a pseudonym: Hologram Kizzie with a new sound in her album Hug Life. She recently performed at Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah‘s birthday party via special request, and played an impressive four showcases at SXSW 2015. She’s shared stages with Vic Mensa, Kendrick Lamar & Travi$ Scott and her resume only continues to grow. Kizzie proves that artistry, growth and longevity are possible, even in this volatile rap landscape. Her most recent musical effort is ZRO FOX, released Winter 2015. ZRO FOX is a collaborative album with ProbCause, her label partner at Bonafyde Media, an artist-run Chicago-based record label. As a member of the all-female supergroup The Rapper Chicks, Psalm One is pushing boundaries and opening the door for new talent. Psalm One’s third studio album, P.O.L.Y. (Psalm One Loves You), is now available.


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“Taming the Goddess”:

“Plenty of Wins”:

P.O.L.Y. (Psalm One Loves You):

“Maybe Never”:

“Impatient” (Just U & Us):

“Need Love Too”: