CyHi The Prynce - Kick Back

Posted 3 years ago
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As I am sure all of you are well aware, rappers love to party. While the club is usually their venue of choice, CyHi The Prynce prefers to keep it low-key, opting for a quiet night in with a good book and a cup of hot chocolate. Okay, so that second part isn’t entirely true. At all. As you can see in the visuals for Kick Back, though, even when CyHi stays in he still does it big. Spitting about the goings-on at his house party over the triumphant, horn-based boardwork of producer King Liam, CyHi grabs you with his unique vocals and commands your attention. Those who’ve been following previous visual releases from his recent mixtape, Ivy League: Kick back, should enjoy this latest edition, which features CyHi and his crew dealing with the repercussions of a recent “business venture.” If you want more from the G.O.O.D. Music emcee, snag his latest free project right here at The DJBooth.

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