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Laila’s Wisdom received widespread acclaim from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 87, based on seven reviews. Michael J. Warren of Exclaim! called it Rapsody’s best work, saying: “It’s not only her best work, but the best amongst her peers, the sort of album that transcends the lane she was in beforehand, transcends whatever antiquated gender biases may still permeate the genre and puts her in the same category as your favourite rapper (who’s now clamouring for a Rapsody feature). ” Jesse Fairfax of HipHopDX praised the album, stating: “Rapsody evolves on this latest album—increasingly comfortable revealing a wide range of personal facets while developing into an apt storyteller. ” Writing for XXL, Peter A. Berry described the album as “a smooth, cohesive and powerfully insightful effort. ” In the review for AllMusic, writer Andy Kellman gave the album four out of five stars. He praised Rapsody’s progression on the album, claiming that “Laila’s Wisdom is Evans’ lyrically broadest and musically richest work, yet it doesn’t have the sprawling quality of the first album. There’s a finer, detail-filled shape to it, from the “Young, Gifted, and Black” (Aretha)-sampling title track to “Jesus Coming,” an astonishing finale in which Evans relates the aftermath of a playground tragedy from multiple perspectives. ”

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