Leading up to G.O.O.D. Music's "Cruel Summer", CyHi shows he deserves to be on the honor roll with "Ivy League Club". The Prynce is adept at holding down a track with his linguistic skill, or sharing big tunes with notable features.
Yeezy always has an ace up his sleeve, however, when it comes to his signeeÂ CyHiÂ heâs got two royal flushes and a jack of all trades. Yes, the Prynce comes with a loaded deck. Ever since leaping into the limelight heâs been relentless with his craft.Â On the road to aÂ Cruel SummerÂ heâs releasedÂ Ivy League Club.
This twenty-one track outing sees the Georgian getting guttural on a variety of sounds and samples. Beginning with the title track, CyHi explains that his fanbase are a prestigious bunch. Â Those that support Da Prynce are considered honored entrants at Prynceton University. Â With introductions out of the way he proceeds to initiate on âHonor Rollâ where CyHi indoctrinates with his hardway musical flow, and thereafter the professor gets patriotic on âA-Townâ. Â Armed with the Braves tomahawk chant, and assisted by fellow localsÂ B.o.B. andÂ Travis Porter, the song stands as a memorable ATL anthem. Â Following this he gets into linguistics. âSlickâ is an excellent example of CyHiâs artistry, and within the track the feature word is employed in countless creative ways.
CyHi continues to make the grade with âFood Savers & Scissors",Â and its ScHoolBoy Q verse earns the cut extra marks. In fact, itâs important to mention all the alumni who deserve praise at this point. Pill and Trouble are enlisted to aid in a discussion about guns in âToolâ making the listener aware of their expertise in the field, and with smooth operator sounds, they impress with their delivery. The topic then changes to âDrank & Smokeâ, something every student enjoys, but few relish as much as SouthernersÂ Big K.R.I.T.Â andÂ Yelawolf.
The Prynce returns to the forefront on âBachelorâ where his Jack of Hearts flow returns as well. Â Built for men who can relate, and women who are willing, this style continues into âTomorrowâ which School sweethearts will like the most, while the promiscuous will prefer âGritsâ. Â Relationships aside, everyone can appreciate the banging single, â100 Bottlesâ.
CyHi can be commended at this point for riding out with friendly subject matter. The two beats from Illusive Orchestra are incredible, and on âEntourageâ Da Prynce venerates the G.O.O.D. Music family. With their group effort soon at hand itâs great to hear, âthereâs my brotherÂ Kanye, and my cousinÂ Big Sean. Thereâs my niggaÂ Pusha T,Â Kid CudiÂ and Dâbanj. Chilling with my homieÂ Common, canât forget my nigga Johnâ¦ the entourage.â Â The track is a great lead in to what waits ahead. CyHi is certified G.O.O.D. Music material, and in time the world will see it, but until then, the educated will enjoy the Ivy League.