You heard the song, now check the visuals as Royce 5’9″, T.I., CyHi The Prynce, Sy Ari Da Kid and White Gold show class in the video for “Black Savage.” We also need to discuss Royce’s place among the greatest rappers fo all time. But y’all ain’t ready for that yet.
Five artists join forces as part of Jay-Z’s Inspire Change initiative as Royce 5’9″, T.I., CyHi The Prynce, White Gold and Sy Ari Da Kid connect for “Black Savage.”
Cyhi The Prynce and Jonathan Hay connect to drop “Indiana” alongside FainCarter and King Graint as they try to get the devil off their back.
CyHi The Prynce is at it again. It’s becoming commonplace for CyHi to show up and wreck it. But this 5 Fingers of Death freestyle on Sway in the Morning is ridiculous.
While we await CyHi’s next album, he teams up with Kanye West for “Dat Side” as the two trade verses.
After going on a spree of killing freestyles, CyHi the Prynce prepares to release No Dope On Sundays by delivering the single “Movin’ Around” with ScHoolBoy Q.
CyHi The Prynce continues his freestyle rampage when he shows up on the LA Leakers show to give Kendrick Lamar’s a thorough tongue lashing.
Cyhi The Prynce showed up on Sway In The Morning and proceeded to annihilated the Five Fingers Of Death freestyle challenge in the best way possible. Not a hesitation and nothing but a plethora of hurtful bars that should easily be in the running for freestyle of the year.
In the midst of the Drake and Meek Mill feud, CyHi The Prynce drops this track that is seemingly a shot at the man that brought him into G.O.O.D. Music, the one and only Kanye West. CyHi appears to be upset that he’s yet to make any noise on the label and completely goes off. But an alarm clock going off could signal that this is nothing more than a dream. Listen to it and you be the judge.
We are one month removed from the biggest event in TBP history, Mission Underground LA (MULA), and quite possible the biggest underground hip-hop festival in current production. It is only fitting to drop the biggest cypher of the event first. This one features Funk Volume’s Jarren Benton, G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce, and Slaughterhouse’s Joell Ortiz over one of the hardest beats we have ever heard from Trox. If you aren’t familiar with any one of these artists PLEASE get acquainted after watching the cypher, as they are some of the most elite emcees in the industry right now.