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About CyHi

CyHi, also known as CyHi the Prynce, relates street knowledge through lucid rhymes packed with ingenious metaphors. The rapper emerged from the Atlanta underground in 2010 with a contribution to Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, kick-starting his career and beginning an enduring affiliation with West, who has routinely sought his input since then. In addition to being Grammy-nominated as a co-writer of West's subsequent "New Slaves," "Bound 2," "All Day," "Famous," and "Ultralight Beam," as well as Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," CyHi has a lengthy solo discography that includes numerous mixtapes, the charting No Dope on Sundays (his 2017 debut album for Sony), and the appetizing EGOT the EP (independently released in 2022). His collaborative work has expanded with other artists such as 2 Chainz, Drake, and Big Sean.

Stone Mountain, GA, United States
September 15, 1984

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