CyHi The Prynce has finally released his highly anticipated album, No Dope on Sunday.
It feels like just yesterday when CyHi was signed to G.O.O.D. Music, but in reality that happened back in 2010. Since inking the deal, CyHI has collaborated on many Kanye West songs and has been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards. Yet he has only dropped mixtapes since he has been signed.
The new album was promoted by Cyhi dropping a clip of what was then a unreleased Kanye verse, which led fans to speculate that new music was on the way. CyHi eventually let the world know in an interview with NPR that is wasn’t just new music but an album. In the interview with NPR he broke down the each track, and what went behind making the records.
No Dope on Sundays is a 15 track album with features from Pusha T, 2 Chainz, ScHoolboy Q, Kanye West, Travis Scott, BJ The Chicago Kid, Jagged Edge and many more. Although CyHi The Prince is no Christian rapper, he does touch on the topic of God throughout the album, making it one of the main themes.
Prior to the release of the album, the Atlanta rapper dropped four singles from the album including “I’m Fine” featuring Travis Scott, “Movin’ Around” a Schoolboy Q collaboration, “Dat Side” with the Kanye West assist and a solo single called “Nu Africa.
Stream No Dope On Sundays below:
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