CyHi The Prynce Talks Up Consequence On ‘RapFix Live’


Wednesday’s (June 29) latest episode of RapFix Live was a good one – pun intended – as G.O.O.D. Music signee CyHi The Prynce graced the couches with our own Sway with his confident and smooth presence. Nigerian artist D'Banj, newly signed to Yeezy's label, also joined in on the festivities.

Now part of the house that Kanye West built, the humble Atlanta MC has grown his brand the hard way using the street mixtape as his main vehicle. Fresh off releasing his fifth mixtape Royal Flush 2 in front of his debut album The Hard Way Musical, CyHi took on a question from Sway regarding former G.O.O.D. Music member Consequence and his heavy criticism of the label during a previous episode of RapFix Live.

After running back some tape of Cons’ appearance, CyHi diplomatically declined to comment on Consequence’s words but did address that his partnership with G.O.O.D. Music has been an amicable one. “I can’t really speak on Consequence because I don’t know the agreements,” said CyHi. “They had their relationship before I came along. So I don’t have no problem with him, that’s my guy.”

CyHi went on to say, “’Ye don’t have to do nothing else for me. He didn’t even have to put me on the album. He could have just said ‘yo, he’s dope’ like he did on his blog and I was going to run with that. I didn’t know he was going to sign me. I got surprised with the signing at the XXL shoot.”

CyHi finished his thoughts by adding, “Certain situations just don’t work out. It’s just [like] any relationship, business relationships, friendships or domestic relationships. At the same time, ‘Ye did what he had to do for me and I’m running with it.”

CyHi The Prynce’s latest mixtape Royal Flush 2 was released as a digital download on June 14 and features fellow G.O.O.D. Music compatriots Big Sean and Pusha-T, longtime friend and collaborator YelaWolf and R&B crooner Trey Songz.

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