On The Come Up: CJ Fly

Posted by , Nov 25, 2015 at 12:53pm

It's Wednesday, so we're back with a new episode of On The Come Up, this time featuring Pro Era's own CJ Fly.


We're making our way through the Pro Era members for our On The Come Up video series, catching each rapper as they are on their way up. After enlisting Kirk Knight, next up we have CJ Fly. 

The New York native takes us through his childhood, which found him relocating from Flatbush to BedStuy, as well as the influences his parents' nationalities had on him. He reveals he's actually more of reggae connoisseur then he is hip-hop.

He also brings us back to his mixtape Thee Way Eye I See It, which dropped in 2013, before promising new shit is on the way. He goes on to share some of the collaborations he has in store, including several Toronto names and a few overseas, and possibly, a joint with Raury.

Finally, we close the video with a discussion of CJ Fly's new project, FlyTrap, which went from an EP to an LP just because of the sheer quality.

Remember to subscribe to the HNHH YouTube channel here.

It's Wednesday, so we're back with a new episode of On The Come Up, this time featuring Pro Era's own CJ Fly.

We're making our way through the Pro Era members for our On The Come Up video series, catching each rapper as they are on their way up. After enlisting Kirk Knight, next up we have CJ Fly. 

The New York native takes us through his childhood, which found him relocating from Flatbush to BedStuy, as well as the influences his parents' nationalities had on him. He reveals he's actually more of reggae connoisseur then he is hip-hop.

He also brings us back to his mixtape Thee Way Eye I See It, which dropped in 2013, before promising new shit is on the way. He goes on to share some of the collaborations he has in store, including several Toronto names and a few overseas, and possibly, a joint with Raury.

Finally, we close the video with a discussion of CJ Fly's new project, FlyTrap, which went from an EP to an LP just because of the sheer quality.

Remember to subscribe to the HNHH YouTube channel here.

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