CyHi the Prynce

The G.O.O.D. Music rapper and songwriter took to Instagram to share images of his vehicle that he wrecked trying to get away from the assailants and penned a lengthy message as well.

A reference track for Travis Scott's “SICKO MODE” leaks on Twitter citing CiHy The Prynce as the writer behind the multi-platinum hit. CyHi, a credited songwriter and G.O.O.D. Music artist, finally gets his followers for his years-long work behind the scenes while Scott gets dragged all the way to the depths of Astroworld.

Joe Budden has long since been retired from torching microphones as a rapper, and now presides over one of the most popular podcasts online today. On that said podcast, Budden once again said that he’d welcome a challenge from CyHi the Pyrnce and said he would end the G.O.O.D. Music artist’s career in the process.

Joe Budden is definitely enjoying the retired life but G.O.O.D Music’s hidden gem Cyhi The Prynce just offered the Hip-Hop commentator an offer that might be too good to resist.

CyHi The Prynce could have done what a lot of folks do when they’re not too sure about a subject, and not offer any opinion on whatever the matter is. But with chatter coming out that Kanye West is still very much a supporter of President Donald Trump, CyHi leaped into action to defend the […]

In an interview, CyHi The Prynce says that Kanye West is back in the production swing of things and will produce some of G.O.O.D. Music's upcoming releases.

After years of fighting through industry red tape, CyHi the Prynce is finally ready for his close-up as he readies to drop his debut album.

The wait is over. Danny Brown’s promise to deliver his new album, Atrocity Exhibition, comes to fruition today – three days ahead of schedule.

Any doubts that Danny Brown’s hiatus came and went with the announcement of his forthcoming album Atrocity Exhibition. From the project, he releases “Pneumonia,” which hits the Internets today.

Some consider Jay Electronica a rap prophet. Others say he is Hip-Hop culture’s equivalent to a mythical figure–one who drops music when he damn well pleases. However, fans on both sides are equally excited when he drops new music, or even an old loosie like “Holladay,” which hit the Internets today.

Just like we suspected, CyHi The Prynce’s so-called “diss” to Kanye West and other G.O.O.D. Music members, was simply just an artistic expression from the severely underrated rapper.

Los Angeles rap veteran Glasses Malone continues to push his recently released track “Thuggin’,” which originally featured Kendrick Lamar, with a new lyric video for the remix, also donning a verse from Killer Mike.