Cy's talent as both a quick-witted wordsmith and a sharp writer is unmistakable.
GOOD Music's writing secret weapon has finally unleashed Cyhi the Prynce's long awaited debut album, No Dope on Sundays, an hour and thirteen minute ballad that is both gospel and gritty. The project is full of rhyme scheme intricacies as Cyhi relives his past of despair, and drug dealing in Atlanta.
Jahseh has dipped his toes in nearly every modern genre one could think of [...], introducing noisy, ignorant 808's with a voice of aggression and pain.
Today in Hip-Hop, diversity is very rare. you have your Boom Bap conscious type artists, and your upbeat Trap type. Everybody in between, who either fit one category and much more, or don't fit those categories at all are disrespected and misunderstood. XXXTentacion couldn't fit this statement any stronger.
It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating, but it's her penmanship and artistry.
TDE's only feminine flavour, SZA, has grown into her ultimate confortablility which was something we had missed on her previous project, Z. Throughout the project, SZA invites us listeners into her relationship life using the subtopics of being the side girl; only seeing her man on "the weekend", and glamourizing herself for her significant other, and feeling herself while doing so. It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating as an artist, but it's her penmanship and artistry.