New Video: CyHi The Prynce "Legend"


Fresh off the heels of his SXSW performance at The Roots & Friends Jam with Bud Light, CyHi The Prynce drops a new visual for his fiery freestyle "Legend," off his highly anticipated debut album, No Dope On Sundays, due out this summer via Brooklyn Knights/Sony RAL. Directed by R. Malcolm Jones, the video for "Legend" premiered exclusively on Complex today; it shines a spotlight on CyHi's hometown. "For 'Legend,' I wanted to give the fans a strong performance video to show people where I'm from, Decatur/Stone Mountain, GA" said the Grammy-nominated rapper/songwriter/producer.
If you missed CyHi The Prynce in Austin, you'll have a chance to see him in a city near you when he opens Lil Wayne's college tour next month, kicking-off April 4th in Gainseville, FL. Check out the full list of tour dates below.
CyHi will be performing songs from his anxiously anticipated debut album, No Dope On Sundays, including "Nu Africa" and "Legend." Executive produced by Kanye West, the album boasts guest features from Pusha T, Schoolboy Q, Big Sean, Travis Scott and Yeezy, of course. Stay tuned for more details about the album release in the coming weeks.
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Yesterday CyHi The Prynce Bodied 5 Fingers Of Death On Sway In The Morning
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Never afraid of spittin’ bars, DJ Wonder threw on some fire hip-hop beats, and CyHi didn’t hesitate to go off for an unexpected 5 Fingers of Death. Watch this Good Music artist spazz below and keep your eye out for his “No Dope on Sundays” album. - Sways Universe
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TOUR DATES:
4/4 --- Gainesville, FL --- University of Florida
4/6--- Atlanta, GA --- Georgia State University
4/7 --- Morgantown, WV --- West Virginia University
4/8 --- Lewisburg, PA --- Bucknell University
4/9 --- Kingston, RI --- University of Rhode Island
4/10 --- Slippery Rock, PA --- Slippery Rock University
4/12--- Boone, NC --- Appalachian State University
4/13 --- Champaign, IL --- University of Illinois
4/14 --- Louisville, KY --- Palace Theatre
4/15 --- Madison, WI --- Orpheum Theatre
4/19 --- Anaheim, CA --- House of Blues
4/20 --- San Diego, CA --- Open Air Theatre
4/21--- Los Angeles, CA --- Hollywood Palladium
4/27 --- Oklahoma City, OK --- The Criterion
4/28 --- Dallas, TX --- South Side Ballroom
4/30 --- Houston, TX --- Revention Music Center
5/2 --- Nashville, TN --- Nashville Municipal Auditorium
5/8 --- Atlanta, GA --- Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
5/10 --- Grand Rapids, MI --- 20 Monroe Live
5/11 --- Detroit, MI --- Fox Theatre
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