Posts Tagged ‘CyHi The Prynce’
Cali’s own Bad Nuze returns with an all-star remix to his single “Fight.” The official remix features G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce, Rapper Big Pooh of Little Brother fame and a new verse from Bad Nuze. Produced by Derelle Rideout of Elusive Orkestra. Bad Nuze’s “The Liez and Rumorz” LP is available below.
CyHi The Prynce …and Scotty ATL, Marian Mereba, and Andre ‘GC’ Fennell… get down on this “Good Night” remix (produced by Watson The Great, Tec Beatz, Roark Bailey, and Andre Fennell)! Get it FREE at the link.
There is very real potential for mayhem when you bring G.O.O.D. Music to the Slaughterhouse. Had to be said. And this CyHi The Prynce “Huey” (Remix) – with Royce Da 5’9″ and Joell Ortiz on it… by the time you give it a listen…you’ll be saying it had to be done. The original version – on the “Black Hystori Project” was no punk though. FREE download below!
One of the most underrated emcees coming out of Atlanta in my opinion, CyHi The Prynce, delivers a visually interesting new video for “Mandela” off of his latest Black Histori Project mixtape. Kinda dope how he took the theme music from the classic 1986 film Shaka Zulu to put together this ‘Mandela’ joint. Although the theme music honored the former Zulu king, Nelson Mandela himself was from the Xhosa tribe in South Africa. No big deal with those minor details, but CyHi still repping that G.O.O.D. music…
CyHi The Prynce is really pushing the “My Hystori” mixtape project. G.O.O.D. Music without a doubt, so we are always glad to post another instant classic from the man. The audio and visual delivery of “Is It Me” (featuring Tate DuMonde and Crystal Renee) are hella nice.
“This rap bread sweeter than a honey bun… f#ck a b!tch, I’d rather see this money come.”
– CyHi The Prince
Producer M16 laying out another track on the “Black Hystori Project” mixtape for CyHi to run over. Done. This “3:16″ is perfection in the form of bars… Ear candy. Visuals don’t really feature eye candy, but dope nonetheless. Check the vid and verses. A wholly unholy spiritual experience.
Another banger off the “Black Hystori Project” for CyHi The Prynce. The above vid for “Napoleon” (produced by M16) was directed by Shawny Ocho & Famo Since 1991. Pick up the “Hystori” project via earlier post by following the link below.
CyHi The Prynce blesses the ‘net with “Huey” – of his latest mixtape, “Black Hystori Project” (which of course we have for you here). More G.O.O.D Music from the ATLien; with more to come no doubt.
CyHi The Prynce delivers a visual for “Huey” to honor and celebrate the birthday of political and urban activist, Huey P. Newton.
The mixtape is executive-produced by G.O.O.D Music emCEO Kanye West.
G.O.O.D. Music! And good visuals shot by @BPaceProduction. CyHi The Prynce and his crew enjoying life at the “Kick Back” until… news on their latest heist reports that the cops are out looking for whoever left someone alive at the scene. Check out the FREE mixtape download – “Ivy League: Kick Back” – at the link below.
Okay. Underrated at first; now first off the bench with with a premier squad, CyHi The Prynce could be considered the “James Harden” of his team – G.O.O.D. Music. Drafted third overall in the 2009 NBA Draft, the Oklahoma City Thunder sixth man Harden is a fitting metaphor for CyHi at this point in his career. He “might not be the richest” but he definitely “ain’t starving.” More than that, emcees that come at CyHi weak can end up getting straight embarrassed in this game called Hip-Hop! Stream the Harden-inspired freestyle here.
“Good For Me” is the latest single from the album “Closed Sessions Vol. 2,” released by Chicago indie label Closed Sessions. CyHi The Prynce recorded this single during his first ever trip to Chicago, shortly after signing to G.O.O.D. Music.
DOWNLOAD: CYHI THE PRINCE – GOOD FOR ME
One of my personal favorite emcees representing Atlanta, CyHi The Prynce, drops a new video crafted by the crew over at 3 Little Digs. Man I’m telling y’all people better stop sleeping on CyHi The Prynce. Peep the lyrics & the wordplay in the video above & download the track below….It’s G.O.O.D. Music
DOWNLOAD: CYHI THE PRYNCE – THE OPEN LETTER
CyHi The Prynce has been one of my favorite new artists for the past year or two now. I’m praying he gets his just fruits for his talent now that he’s signed to Kanye West’s “G.O.O.D.” music camp. Kanye’s ‘G.O.O.D.’ music team may arguably be the most talented in hip hop right now especially with the recent addition of Q-Tip of ATCQ so I’m not surprised that Atlanta’s CyHi The Prynce is involved on that squad of high powered talent. Check out this “Open Letter Freestyle” that the Stone Mountain native dropped prior to the release of his “Ivy League Club” mixtape. The G.O.O.D. music album spearheaded by Kanye West is on the way too….
DOWNLOAD: CYHI THE PRYNCE – OPEN LETTER FREESTYLE
Atlanta emcee Tez McClain drops one of the first leaks from his upcoming project with DJ Don Cannon “Wishful Thinking 2″ due real real soon. This track features fellow Atlantan & G.O.O.D. Music power spitter CyHi The Prynce while R&B singer Nikkiya supplies the sweet vocals for this joint for yall to fall in “Luv” wit it…
One of Atlanta’s next great emcees poised for greatness out of Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music camp, CyHi The Prynce, speaks on the success of Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. I’m not a Denver Broncos fan, especially since I’m diehard Raiders all day, but I do route for Tim Tebow because he’s been proving that passion & hard work trump skill alone anyday. You don’t have to be a pro athlete to understand that. It could apply to anything you’re doing in life…
One of Atlanta’s finest emcees & talented artists CyHi The Prynce drops another visual off of his debut “Royal Flush” mixtape album. Good to see CyHi going back & dropping videos for his previous joints off the first mixtape, but I need him to drop a video for “Hero” & “Record Us” even if I have to pitch the treatment & video concepts to him myself. Until then I’m gonna vibe out to this joint right here….
It’s Thanksgiving & one of the things many of us should be thankful for is our health. CyHi The Prynce stopped by the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University in Atlanta recently to shed some light on the good work that’s being done & to highlight how much more is needed….
One of Atlanta’s illest emcees on the rise CyHi The Prynce is as cold as ice on that microphone mannn. I’ve said it plenty of times before that if this kid doesn’t blow up something serious than somebody is seriously dropping the ball with his talent. CyHi delivers a new video for “Cold As Ice” which utilizes the same Foreigner sample that M.O.P. used for their street classic of the same name about a decade back. From a production standpoint I dig M.O.P.’s flip of the track better, but the beauty of CyHi The Prynce’s take on the song is his lyricism & clever wordplay if you pay attention. You can find this track on CyHi The Prynce’s equally as dope Royal Flush II mixtape he dropped earlier this year.
Now this joint right here is pure dopeness over a classic hip hop instrumental with Philly’s finest Peedi Crakk & Atlanta’s own CyHi The Prynce demonstrating how ill they both are as emcees. Wack rappers with no type of flow or skill need to study this freestyle joint right here. This particular track is going to appear on Peedi Crakk’s upcoming mixtape “Crakk Files 4″ in the near future. Until that drops I’m rewinding this joint right here as I type this….
CyHi The Prynce Speaks on Nas’s influence, Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music camp, & his upcoming album ‘The Hard Way Musical’ (Video)
CyHi The Prynce is one of my favorite new young artists in the game. There is no reason in hell this guy should not be a household name in a few years in my opinion. His mixtapes are better than 90% of rap artists albums & if he continues with that level of quality I’m positive his upcoming full length album “The Hard Way Musical” on Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam label will be a critical & commercial success. Check out the video where he talks about losing a battle which indirectly made him become a fan of Nas & solidified his belief in the importance of lyricism in his music.