CyHi The Prynce Calls For Revolution & Points Out Fake Revolutionary Motives (Audio)

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Gearing up for The Black Hystori Project 2, CyHi The Prynce is beyond fed up. The Atlanta, Georgia G.O.O.D. Music artist looks around at the Hip-Hop industry, and cries foul. From self-proclaimed gangsters eager to be interviewed on mainstream radio, to claiming to change lives only to spend seven figures on bottle-service, The Prynce says that few have the People’s best interests in mind. Thereby, he’s out to ruin their week, and call them weak at the same exact time.

“Weak,” the first glimpse from T.B.H.P.2 does just that, with a fiery CyHi going through his points, and basically claims that the revolution will not be broadcast online, so it’s time to stop talkin’ about it, and simply be about it.

The Black Hystori Project took big stances, and made similar observations within the Rap game, as heard on “Weak.” Between that, and CyHi’s late 2014 speaking out against being passed over on year-end lists, can he get the traction he’s vying for?

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