No Dope On Sundays
CyHi The Prynce is absolutely one of the most underrated artist. In today’s music who you are associated with sometimes matters more than talent. Although CyHi is great friends with Kanye West and one of many artists on G.O.O.D. music his talents will definitely not go unnoticed with his debut album. CyHi is not only a dope lyricist but he is a great writer. Fun Fact he wrote and worked with many artist such as Madonna and Paul McCartney. I’ve always been a fan of CyHi and he excels his delivery with his scripture quoting, street realness.
Cyhi carries a confidence in his demeanor and when he speaks he lets you know that he is undercover for god but don’t take this for a weakness his street experiences is enough to let you know he is a real as they come. Although this is his debut album there is a level of proficiency in his lyrics show that he’s not new to this game. If you listen to the album’s direction and you don’t get it the first time listen again, and again. According to CyHi this album is like a musical but because of the way the album may be labeled naming the album “No Dope on Sundays”. Every song and feature tells a story and while many artists receive praise for writing, producing and being the lone wolf on an album CyHi wanted every feature to tell their side of the story from their perspective. The album is great enough to play it all the way through without skipping any songs. The album’s intro is my favorite and it fits perfectly. You will be impressed from Jagged Edge to Estelle to Two Chains to Travis Scott.
Watch his Breakfast Club Interview