Stream Cyhi The Prynce's "No Dope On Sundays" Album

CyHi The Prynce -  No Dope On Sundays

  November 16, 2017 23:04
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Out now, stream Cyhi The Prynce's debut album "No Dope On Sundays," featuring Kanye West, Travis Scott, Pusha T & more.

After months of promotion & even years of anticipation, Cyhi The Prince’s debut album, No Dope On Sundays, has finally arrived today on iTunes & other digital platforms.

The 15-song project features an impressive lineup of guest appearances, including Kanye West (“Dat Side”) and Travis Scott (“I’m Fine”), Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Jagged Edge, BJ The Chicago Kids and more. Meanwhile production is handled by the likes of Lex Luger, Edsclusive, Oz, Charlie Heat, Mark Byrd, and more.

Despite the title and some of its content, the album is not a Christian or gospel project, but rather a depiction of how to overcome the inner city ideology just as Cyhi has done in his life.

“I want to show them [kids] how to overcome different things. It’s talking about single parent mothers, abortions, cancer, shootouts fist fights, jail, people getting killed. Im kinda just telling the week of a the average inner city kid or young man coming up in America. Showing them I went through these same things and overcame to a higher spiritual being,” Cyhi said about the direction of the album.

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the project in its entirety via Apple Music. Take a listen and let us know what you think.


1. “Amen (Intro)”
2. “No Dope on Sundays” Feat. Pusha T
3. “Get Yo Money”
4. “Movin’ Around” Feat. ScHoolboy Q
5. “Trick Me” Feat. 2 Chainz
6. “Murda” feat. Estelle
7. “Don’t Know Why” Feat. Jagged Edge
8. “God Bless Your Heart”
9. “Dat Side” Feat. Kanye West
10. “Looking for Love”
11. “Nu Africa (Extended Version)” Feat. Ernestine Johnson
12. “Free”
13. “80’s Baby” Feat. BJ the Chicago Kid
14. “Closer”
15. “I’m Fine” Feat. Travis Scott 

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