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Cyhi The Prynce: No Dope On Sundays

Every record label has at least one artist that people just root for. There is something about that artist that just captivated you as a fan. When G.O.O.D. Music put the world in notice dropping “Cruel Summer” in 2012, they were no exception. With acts like Pusha T and Big Sean dropping albums consistently, for a while it seemed like artists such as CyHi The Pynce would never get time to shine.

Fast Forward 5 years and a new deal with Sony Music later, and CyHi has finally received his moment with his debut album “No Dope On Sundays”

Lyrically, CyHi shines as he talks about life on the streets of Atlanta, as the album serves as almost a moral compass for drug dealers. Throughout the album, CyHi finds himself balancing a fine line as he opens up his drug dealing past while also urging others to get out of the drug game on tracks such as “Get Yo Money” and title track “No Dope On Sundays” Sonically, this album makes for great riding music with hard-hitting beats throughout the album. CyHi has definitely delivered a solid project, and I look forward to his next project.