CyHi The Prynce - Feet Up

Posted 4 years ago
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Illusive Orchestra
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Even when you’re grinding like every day is your last, or maybe especially when you’re grinding that hard, you still need to take a moment to kick back and put your Feet Up. Building on the success of previous release 100 Bottles featuring Chris Brown and Big Sean, and with just a few hours left until the release of his The Ivy League Club mixtape CyHi The Prynce sneaks in one last world premiere in the form of Feet Up. Intriguingly named production team Illusive Orchestra crafts an appropriately plush and relaxed beat for CyHi and, after taking a moment to put all the “Is CyHi still on G.O.O.D. Music?” rumors to rest on the intro, the Prynce reminds doubters that he’s living the life they can only dream of: “Never went to college to be a business major / but when I fly they keep puttin me on business class.” Does Feet Up having you hungry for some The Ivy League Club? You won’t have to be stave off your hunger for much longer, the tape drops in 5, 4, 3…..


Notes: Final song release (premiere) before CyHi drops his “The Ivy League Club” later today.

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