The former Mixtape Daily Fire Starter broke bread Down South before inking a deal with Akon and Def Jam, then ‘Ye scooped him up to join his eclectic G.O.O.D. Music roster. Now, the Decatur rep is reintroducing himself to the public with his latest offering, Royal Flush, a 17-track set divided into four sections: Prynce of Spades, Prynce of Hearts, Prynce of Clubs and Prynce of Diamonds.
“It’s somewhat the same person; it’s just a mature me,” CyHi told us about the tape, a follow-up to February’s The Prynce of Jacks. “I’m older, wiser now. I do a lot more reading. I observe a lot more things. I’m taking it more serious and my team is taking it more serious. So it’s a combination of all of us just putting forth the effort that’s dedicated to the music.
“On this one, I was saving a lot of this for an album, but I put it out myself like, ‘I can do this again.’ I feel like I can do it more than once, more than three times. I gave y’all my nukes. I threw a couple of nukes in. Other than that, it’s the same me, just more wise and more groomed.”
What are everybody’s thoughts on this guy, seriously?