Always known for his witty and quick-strike delivery, rapper Cyhi the Prynce, of the G.O.O.D. Music imprint holds no remorse for his industry rivals when he steps on the microphone. Heralded as the most underrated of the aforementioned label, the Atlanta representative, who has piled up several solid projects under his belt, with his Royal Flush mixtape series creating such a buzz that not only caught the attention of Hip-Hop aficionados but his boss-man Kanye West as well, who called for more aggressive material from Prynce.
Tacking on a number of collaborations to the Cruel Summer compilation did not quite boost the rapper’s star power as it could possibly have, and after emancipating a pair of unforgettable tunes to the blogosphere world earlier in 2013, the best kept secret of the Rap game absolutely picked the perfect time to educate the puzzled youth a thing or two about Black History, well, since it fittingly captures the true essence of his newest project.
Jam-packed with 18 cuts, including 4 interludes/skits, CyHi called upon the almighty Yeezus to executive produce his consciously and well-thought out concept LP, Black Hystori Project – an ode to the ‘black’ trendsetters in fashion and civil rights – and a mixtape touching on the much acclaimed ‘racial’ issues faced by African Americans throughout history. So much for what he thinks of the tape or himself, however, we must concur on his statement – uh, it’s crackling out the speakers “like 6:30.” Or whatever that means, ha. Get a glimpse of his visual to “Huey” above and hit the link here to follow through to DatPiff for a free download of his latest tape.