CyHi Da Prynce – “The Open Letter” (Freestyle) | New Music


While his previous track, the B.o.B. and Travis Porter-assisted “A-Town“, is set to feature on his forthcoming project The Ivy League Club, CyHi Da Prynce calls a time-out and releases this one-off track, putting his life story between the lines with “The Open Letter”.

It’s an interesting record from G.O.O.D. Music‘s Prynce as he’s yet to fully project his own personality on wax. At the forefront of some quirky, filtered keys courtesy of J Mac, CyHi litters the song with personal details, venting remarks and witty wordplay: “Prince of the South my favourite artist was Mystikal, I wrote poetry so rapping wasn’t that difficult/You heard I’m from Atlanta, but I wasn’t the typical/’Cause half of these niggas scared to be individuals”.

Speaking of G.O.O.D. Music, Kanye can (finally) call Q-Tip the latest addition to his label. That’s a good move for G.O.O.D. Music.

Listen To: CyHi Da Prynce – “The Open Letter” (Freestyle)

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