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G.O.O.D. Music Protégé Says It’s Time: “We’re About To Change Some Things Around In This Industry!”

CyHi The Prynce

G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce is ready to let his thoughts be heard. The hip-hop veteran has announced his long-awaited studio debut is finally set to come out.

CyHi went to Instagram Tuesday (February 7) to announce No Dos is hitting digital outlets in the coming months.

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Last year, Prince promised big things to go down once 2017 arrived.

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In the past, CyHi talked abopromised big things to go downut what kept G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Winter off store shelves.

“Ah, Cruel Winter. Well, you know, we’re in negotiations with Def Jam. You know, sometimes they’re extra slow. We’re looking to put it out this year and my next mixtape, I’m trying to do it in the next month or two.” (Blogionista TV)

Back in 2012, CyHi talked about his never-ending grind and likened his career to labelmate Big Sean.

“A lot of people don’t know my role. A lot of people don’t know that Big Sean was signed five years before he actually broke. But what we do is build on foundation organically because it doesn’t matter if [Kanye] is on our song or not, we can still promote our music. I can still put out a mixtape and everybody receives it. That’s the foundation I built so… And at the same time I do a lot of creative work that people don’t see. I play my position, then when it’s time for me to do what I do, then I do.” (The Juice)

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