We haven't heard too much from Pro Era's CJ Fly since his 2013 mixtape, Thee Way Eye See It, but every time we do, it's something special.
With SXSW kicking off later this week, Pro Era’s very own, CJ Fly, decides to come through and treat fans to this new song in its support called “Run 2”.
As a 17-year-old just beginning to make waves in the rap game, Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott didn't have the same life as most kids his age. He wasn't thinking about graduating high school to attend a university or enter the work force.
Other than the almighty Zig-Zags (which mostly have Dr. Dre's Chronic artwork to thank for their popularity in hip-hop), RAW Papers are some of the most frequently-name-dropped marijuana smoking accessories in hip-hop.
Pro Era's next up, CJ Fly, returns to his debut mixtape Thee Way Eye See It from last year for the official music video for "Sup Preme." We saw the behind-the-scenes last week, and now Complex has released the full clip.
Buckshot returns today as he works on his upcoming collaborative album with producer P-Money, BackPack Travels. The rapper appeared on 9th Wonder's Jamla Is The Squad compilation recently, with the cut "At Night (3 AM Shit)."
A La $ole, Dessy Hinds and CJ Fly connect on "Hail Razor," the latest reveal from Pro Era and Scion AV's upcoming free EP The Shift. Unfortunately, we only have a clean version of it for the time being.
Smoke DZA recently revealed what looked to be a very strong tracklist for his forthcoming album Dream.ZONE.Achieve. The project has a range of features from Ab-Soul (check out their collaboration "Hearses"), as well as Joey Bada$$, Cam'ron, Ty Dolla $ign and
This week, as per usual, we provide you with five records from the past seven days that caught our attention but may have been missed by you.
CJ Fly's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Sup Preme . His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
Pro Era members Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly, Nyck Caution, Dessy Hinds, Kirk Knight and A La $ole recently caught up with DJ Hyphen and J. Moore for an interview on Seattle's KUBE 93 Sunday Night Sound Session.
Joey Bada$$ and CJ Fly sit down with Jay-Z's 'Life & Times' channel and decode their break through hit "Hardknock". How did CJ Fly do on this video? How do you feel about the production here?