CyHi The Prynce Reveals list of songs "Not to the Drug Of Sundays" Debut

HipHop News Posted on November 10, 2017 at 5:04am

CyHi The Prynce Reveals list of songs "Not to the Drug Of Sundays" Debut

Only from Monday to Saturday.

After sharing "Dat Side" with Kanye West, G. O. O. D. Music rapper CyHi The Prynce has returned with the complete list of songs for his debut album, Not of the Drug On Sunday. Executively produced by the West, the 15-track effort also features appearances from Travis Scott, Pusha T, Schoolboy Q, BJ The Chicago Kid, Estelle and Jagged Edge. During a recent appearance on the Sway In The Morning CyHi explained the album's concept.

"There are only two or three songs on the album which is Sunday," he said. "All the rest of them are dope boy shit. I want to show them [the children] how to overcome different things. Speaking single-parent mothers, abortions, cancer, shootings, fist fights, my partner is going to jail, people being killed. I am a bit of a telling week of the average inner city child or youth that is coming out in the united states. Sample of them I went through the same thing that happened to you and overcame these things to a greater spiritual being."

In 2010, CyHi appeared in the West, My beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy shortly after signing his G. O. O. D. Music imprint. The Grammy Award-nominated composer went on to win the prestigious Award BMI for co-writing Rihanna's 2015 single, "FourFiveSeconds," with Yeezy and the former Beatle Paul McCartney.

There is No Drug On the Sunday you are expected to arrive on 17 November.Check out the cover art and the tracklist below.1. Amen (Intro)

2. There is No Drug In the Sunday f. Pusha T

3. Get Yo Money

4. Movin' Around f. Schoolboy Q

5. Trick Me f. 2 Chainz

6. Murda f. Estelle

7. I don't Know Why f. Jagged Edge

8. God Bless Your Heart

9. Dat Hand f. Kanye West

10. Looking For Love

11. Nu f Africa. Ernestine Johnson (Extended Version)

12. Free

13. 80's Baby's f. BJ the Chicago Kid

14. More

15. I am well f. Travis Scott


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