CyHi The Prynce Songs

  • Lord Lord Lord
    Lord Lord Lord
    CyHi The Prynce surprised us with his conceptual track "Elephant In The Room," seemingly taking aim at Kanye West and the rest of GOOD Music for holding him back. Even more surprising was his explanation that the song wasn't actually done with any bad blood toward Kanye.
  • Hayworth
    It’s been a minute since we last heard from Mickey Factz, but with an upcoming project on the way titled Y-3, that all looks to be changing here soon. Today, the NYC rapper decides to start the rollout process by sharing the first single off it titled “Hayworth,” featuring Cyhi The Prynce & Elzhi.
  • Like It Or Not
    Like It Or Not
    CyHi The Prynce definitely caught our attention with his scathing work of fiction, "Elephant In The Room," where he aired out his grievances with Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music.
  • Elephant In The Room
    Elephant In The Room
    If you're a fan of CyHi The Prynce, you've definitely asked yourself this question before: what the fuck is Kanye West doing with him? When will he drop a proper album? It looks like CyHi is finally asking himself that question too. The rapper has been released from Def Jam, which hopefully means we'll actually get to hear a studio album from him, and perhaps he'll even have a chance at making a (bigger) name for himself. He's definitely a known artist in the rap world, but he hasn't ventured out much further, it seems as though he's been stuck in some sort of G.O.O.D. Music limbo.
  • Deep (Freestyle)
    Deep (Freestyle)
    Big Sean's collaboration with Lil Wayne, "Deep," is poised to be a fan-favorite off the rapper's new album Dark Sky Paradise. However, how much crazier would it have been with a verse from G.O.O.D. Music's CyHi The Prynce? According to CyHi, his verse was "too (deep)" to make the cut. Nonetheless he's shared his version of the track on Souncloud today, while giving props to his G.O.O.D. Music brother on the album release. Let us know if you think CyHi's verse stacks up alongside Sean and Weezy's (or surpasses?).
  • Everyday People
    Everyday People
    CyHi The Prynce just followed in Drizzy's footsteps and surprised us with the sequel to his Black Histori Project tonight. Laced with 11 tracks, the project is a strong body of lyrical work, led by the previously heard singles “To Be Real”, "Forever", and “Weak People”.
  • Weak People
    Weak People
    CyHi The Prynce will be celebrating Black History Month by releasing a new mixtape, just like he did last year with Hystori: Black History Project. This one is a mouthful, with the title BHP 2: N.A.A.C.P. (New Artists Aligning Cultural People). The mixtape's release is tomorrow, February 13th.
  • To Be Real
    To Be Real
    Just a few days ago CyHi The Prynce aka G.O.O.D. Music's secret weapon hit us with a new leak "Forever." The song came with word that CyHi has a new mixtape in the works to follow up last year's Hystori: Black History Project (which would be relevant for you to listen to right about now).
  • Forever
    Following last months “Credit “I” Deserve” release, Cyhi The Prynce decides to follow that up with another new freebie for the fans called “Forever”.
  • Credit "I" Deserve
    Credit "I" Deserve
    It's been a minute since Cyhi The Prynce last impacted our pages, but today he’s changing all that and dropping off his newest single “Credit “I” Deserve”. As the title depicts, this one is all about Cyhi wanting the respect and credit he’s deserved. Highlighted by its lyrical world play, Cyhi delivers nearly 5 minutes of straight bars here that any true hip-hop fans should appreciate. Look for it to see life on his upcoming Black Histori Project 2, which is on the way.  Take a listen and share your comments below.
  • Mandela (Remix)
    Mandela (Remix)
    CyHi The Prynce recently began dropping off remixes from his last mixtape project, the socially conscious Hystori: Black History Project.
  • Goodnight (Remix)
    Goodnight (Remix)
    Here goes the second new release from CyHi The Prynce we've received today. After he popped up over ScHoolboy Q's "Studio" instrumental for a remix, he's returned to his last mixtape Hystori: Black History Project for a remix of his own record.
  • Studio (Remix)
    Studio (Remix)
    DJ S. Whit and DJ Base are prepping a new compilation mixtape to serve as your summer playlist, Give The Summer Some. The tape will feature new exclusives from artists like Cozz (a new Dreamville signee), Bas, Bad Lucc, Bizzy Crook and more.
  • Huey (Remix)
    Huey (Remix)
    Back in February, CyHi The Prynce put out his Black Hystori Project, which featured "Huey," a standout track about Huey Newton, a prominent Black Panther in the '60s. Now he's offered up an official remix, kicking off King Louie's verse on the original in favor of a pair of verses from Slaughterhouse cronies Royce Da 5'9" and Joell Ortiz.
  • Guitar Melody
    Guitar Melody
    CyHi The Prynce's new mixtape Hystori is currently blasting, and we've decided to highlight another cut off the tape in addition to the already-featured "Huey." "Guitar Melody" has a steady humming through out with some soulful vocals and clapping interspersed, all handled by producer TEC BEATZ. It's pretty groovy. 
  • Huey
    CyHi The Prynce shot a music video for "Huey" which he debuted the other week, however there was no King Louie to be found on that version. Now that his new mixtape Hystori is out, the Chicago native has been added to the stand-out record, which has soulful production from Anthony Kilhoffer, M16 and Tec Beatz (most of the new project seems to have a soulful influence).
  • Coretta
    Despite writing on 9 out of 10 of the songs from Kanye West's latest record, Yeezus, CyHi The Prynce has been relatively quiet as of late.  The rapper has delivered a new solo cut, "Coretta" which should tide fans over until the release of his Black History Project mixtape, which now has a release date set for February 24th.
  • Think About It
    Think About It
    Things are looking better for K Camp with each new release, which Think About It (Prod. By Big Fruit) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work K Camp has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
  • Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix)
    Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix)
    Listen to Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix), the new track by King Louie featuring Tree & CyHi The Prynce which was dropped on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013. King Louie's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since King Louie debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Hold You Down
    Hold You Down
    Give Hold You Down a listen - it's a new offering from Snow tha Product, featuring CyHi The Prynce. It was dropped on Friday, October 11th, 2013. Snow tha Product's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Hold You Down will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Snow tha Product has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Snow tha Product has in store.