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No Dope On Sunday (album)

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Posté Mer 08 Fev 2017

ça fracasse des bouches

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CyHi may not be up there with the greats, but he sure raps like one. Off the heels of announcing his debut album, No Dope On Sunday, which will be executive produced by Kanye West, he rolls out his first release. Produced by Mary Byrd & Honorable C.N.O.T.E.

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Posté Jeu 09 Fev 2017
Très bonne news, ça fait longtemps qu'on attend son premier solo.
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Posté Ven 17 Fev 2017
encore une tuerie http://vevo.ly/dCb8zj
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Posté Sam 18 Mar 2017

CyHi The Prynce - Nu Africa

 

Marian Hill X CyHi The Prynce "Down" Remix

Posté Dim 19 Mar 2017
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Posté Lun 20 Mar 2017

Right now, I’m looking at 12 to 15 tracks, and you know the whole fam is on the album.

From Pusha to Trav, to ScHoolboy, and Ye is executive producing it so he’s definitely in there

. This is what Hip-Hop and fans have been waiting for!

Posté Lun 20 Mar 2017
projet que j'attend fortement.
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Posté Mar 21 Mar 2017
Damn, ça va être chaud !
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Posté Mer 22 Mar 2017
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Posté Ven 31 Mar 2017

We've already heard about a few of the features on the album, which he teased again during our interview -- naming G.O.O.D Music pals like Pusha T and Travis Scott.

Alongside an already-touted single with ScHoolboy Q titled "Moving Around,"

CyHi announced a single with his G.O.O.D. Music boss and mentor Kanye West, who is also named as the album's executive producer. By the way, CyHi played both of these singles while we were in Austin with him, and they are just as fire as all of the collaborator names would indicate. 

"Me and Kanye wanna put out a single, so I'm about to blast that one off, and also I have a song with ScHoolboy Q that's called 'Moving Around' that is like smash...It's smash-able,"

CyHi says. As for the album's expected release, he narrowed it down for us a bit further from Spring/Summer to a month: June.

However don't hold your breathe just yet, "It's June right now," he says, "but I'm about to put out two smash singles and it might expedite it or they might say no, we're doing well." 

Posté Sam 01 Avr 2017
Il prépare la grosse artillerie, c'est maintenant ou jamais pour sortir de l'ombre et exploser. Legend est pas mal.
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Posté Mer 28 Jun 2017

Album finally turned in! NEW single ft  ScHoolboy Q coming this Friday 6/30 on @applemusic @spotify @tidal 

Feels good to finally put out my debut album after all these years of the devil doing an amazing job to try and deter me of this moment!! I'm finally back #MovinAround & I'm back taking bookings for shows & features & I got a bunch of raps for you n*664s who think you can outrap me!! Album coming sooner than you expect! 

#sony#maverick#tig#brooklynknights#goodmusic#ivystate#nodopeonsundays#[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected] & all the DJs across the world that have been supporting me throughout my career!! Last but not least I wanna say thanks to all my family at GOOD music

Posté Mer 28 Jun 2017
C'est bon ça.
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Posté Mer 28 Jun 2017
Il est temps qu'il revienne et fasse mal au game !
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Posté Sam 29 Jul 2017

 CyHi to discuss his brand new project. In addition, he elaborated on working alongside Kanye West and G.O.O.D Music, signing with Sony’s Brooklyn Knights, the features on his upcoming album and the possibilities of a tour.

The former G.O.O.D Music rapper is literally a little under 30 days from releasing his debut album, No Dope On Sundays 

Are you aiming for a particular sound on the album?

CyHi: Well this my first album, so I didn’t want too much sonically, I really wanted to get the message across. I think this album is like very spiritual and very street. I don’t know how to really explain it but it makes sense. It’s like it’s so street from Monday through Saturday but Sunday we get to reflect and I kind of give you records to fit that mold. You’re going to have street records, inspirational records, you’re going to have storytelling, it’s very suspenseful, it embodies everything. Your plate is going to have everything, it ain’t just going to be poultry on your plate, you’re going to have your vegetables, your dessert, your appetizer.

You have co-written a numerous amount of tracks for Kanye West. How would you explain the difference between actually creating a song for someone else than creating a song for yourself?

CyHi: Me doing songs for myself and me doing songs with Ye is totally different. It’s like this I would go around him and I would have to sit around him for like two weeks, three weeks to understand what he wants to do musically. His life changes so much and I have to kind of gather information of what he likes and what he doesn’t like and rap from those perspectives.

With my album I already know what I’m going to do, I already know what I’m going to say, it’s my concept, it’s my vibe and my life experiences. I didn’t grow up like him, he’s a more artistic kid, grew up in a certain city where he was the producer. Me I was growing up you know, fist fights, suspended from school, kicked out of alternative school, scared straight, juvenile, that type of shit. It’s a different life but we still have the same black man struggle so I can relate to it. We just get in there chop it up and brainstorm and put it together that way.

What are your projections for this album? What do you want people to take from it?

CyHi: This album right here I wanted it to be therapeutic for people. I’m not so much tripping off the numbers. I do want to be successful because it helps me be able to do other things that I really want to do for the community and also my people. As far as philanthropy work, as far as film and other endeavors I would like to get into.
 
This is the holy trinity I tell everybody before ‘Cruel Winter.’ It’s the last album that has to go up before you get that. At the end of the day, I think this is something that hip-hop fans should really enjoy and my fans will be excited to hear what an album would sound like from Cyhi if he had the resources and enough time to really put it together. That’s what No Dope is, it’s going to be very motivating for my fans as well to hear my story and also for people to get to know who I am.

A lot of people just know I can rap and go crazy on the freestyles, but people don’t know where is he getting these thoughts, this pain or this cleverness that he adds to it. So I want to give you guys my story and upbringing, I think that’s what this album entails.

What would you say is your favorite track that you have co-written with Kanye?

CyHi: My favorite track would probably have to be, damn there’s so many of them I like. I like some stuff I did on ‘Watch The Throne’ that some people probably don’t even know about. I’d say “Black Excellence” and probably “All Day.” The experience of being in the room when “All Day” was made was crazy. “Black Skinheads” was a record that I really liked because it was something different, just the way he was putting it together I never experienced anything like that. I’ll take everything though because I know how prolific he is and who he really is to the world, so I take everything as a jewel. Seeing Paul Mccartney was pretty cool, being in the studio with a legend like that, you just feel like public school all the teachers can suck my dick, you just feel like man these motherfuckers didn’t think I was going to be shit, I’m in here with Paul Mccartney.

You recently inked a deal with Sony Music’s independent label Brooklyn Knights. What made you decide to sign with them and put your album out through them?

CyHi: Brooklyn Knights to me if you don’t know them are some of the best radio promo guys ever. I always had an issue with good rap not being able to be on the radio, it’s like we always got to be underground or something. I wanted that feel but be with a label that would understand being in that lane. They also used to work with J. Cole and Kendrick too, so it kind of gives me the best of both worlds being able to do radio but also be able to put together an organic body of work that can last for a long time. Those are the reasons why because a lot of time you get on these labels that have a lot of people like where I was on Def Jam where they never got to me. You don’t wanna be nowhere where there’s a lot of people and a lot of people that got to delegate a lot of different things versus I came to this label and I can go straight to the boss man. I don’t have to do go all the phone calls and have to wait for people to get back.

Aside from the new album dropping, what else is next for CyHi as the rest of 2017 plays out? Should we be expecting a tour anytime soon?

CyHi: The album will be coming out in less than a month, tours coming up, some television shows as well and people will definitely be getting a lot more music. I want to make sure I stay consistent. I have a stockpile of music to release. The fans will be getting a lot of music from CyHi within these next 18 months.

 


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