Contrary to what you may have learned in elementary school, the story of Africa and its peoples is way too much to cover in a measly 28-day month. That’s why, though February is long gone, Prynce CyHi is continuing to honor illustrious civil rights leaders with new releases off his Black Hystori Project. The latest, released in conjunction with visuals by Stephen Garnett, finds him paying tribute to Nelson Mandela, the late politician and activist who devoted his life to dismantling South Africa’s apartheid regime. Sekou Muhammed and TEK BEATZ join forces to create the cut’s epic, percussion-driven beat. For this joint, the previously-featured Huey and much more, cop CyHi’s latest street album, available now for streaming and download in the Booth.
Written by richard on 05/23/14
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