G.O.O.D. Music’s own Cyhi The Prynce announced today that he will be going on tour this spring. Below are the dates for his Hystori tour. The 14 city tour is scheduled to began May 25 and end June 19. Also check out his new video for the track “Is It Me” off of the Black Hystori Project Mixtape. The song features Tate Dumonde and Crystal Renee.
G.O.O.D. Music’s own Cyhi The Prynce stopped by Shade 45’s ‘Sway in the Morning’ and discussed his latest body of work Black Hystori Project. This mixtape covers various social issues in today’s society. In the interview, Cyhi mentions how his father raised him to be himself and be a leader. He also performed a plethora of songs. Rev Run dropped in on the interview and co-signed Cyhi’s music. Watch and see just why he is one of the best lyricst in the game right now.
RCA Records recording artist Tinashe releases new music today. The track is titled “Vulnerable.” Tinashe is an actor/singer/songwriter originally from Lexington, Kentucky but now resides in Los Angeles, California. “Vulnerable” features production form Boi-1da and Vinylz. G.O.O.D. Music’s Travis Scott is featured on the song.
This is the full length version of Big Sean’s Road to Hall of Fame Documentary. In this film Sean showcases his creative process for making the album. The G.O.O.D. Music signee discusses the changes in his life he experienced, like his breakup from his girlfriend of the last few years, and how it contributed to him being wiser, stronger, and enhanced his subject matter. Sean talks about how traveling the world and new scenery is an asset to him being more creative when it comes to his music. Cameos are made from artists that include Common, Kid Cudi, J. Cole, and Wiz Khalifa. Producers No I.D. and Key Wane can also be spotted in the film. It’s directed by Zeno Jones. Hall of Fame is in stores now.
In these videos Pusha T and a few colleagues speak on his humble beginnings and his transition into Hip Hop stardom. Be on the look out for his album My Name is My Name dropping October 8.
In anticipation of his highly-awaited solo debut album, Pusha T dipped out to Kingston, Jamaica to shoot a music video for his single “Blocka.” Already cinematic in nature, Pusha’s ominous track needed the proper treatment, so a trip to the Yard was only proper. While out there he was joined by Complex Magazine’s capo, Noah Callahan-Bever, for an exclusive interview. The Mass Appeal alum chops it up with Push as they discuss a myriad of topics, all while traversing through the back blocks of Jamaica. Continue reading