After hitting us with an early stream a few days ago thanks to NPR, Cyhi The Prynce decides to come through today and officially release his long awaited debut album No Dope On Sundays on iTunes & digital platforms.

Laced with 15 tracks in total, the follow up to Black Histori Project 2 features guest appearances from Kanye West, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Schoolboy Q, Travis Scott, Jagged Edge, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more. Meanwhile production is handled by the likes of Lex Luger, Edsclusive, Oz, Charlie Heat, Mark Byrd, and others.

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.

“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.

CyHi shows off his diversity on this album, combining his two personalities & lifestyles to preach to the youth. “Me combining both of my lifestyles — as far as the time that I did do in the streets and the time of my spiritual maturing and grooming by my parents — kind of gave me a third-eye view on a lot of topics and different situations,” he added. “I can say I can go through some street shit with Jesus in the room. You have to be very, very honest. And I think that’s the dope part about me, is how I can exist in both worlds. So that’s what No Dope on Sundays means.”

"No Dope On Sundays is just a book of my Bible that I'm writing."

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the project in its entirety via Apple Music. Hit play and let us know what record you're feeling the most?