Cyhi The Prynce is a rapper signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label. Not too long ago, he released a dope Afrocentric music video for ‘Nu Africa’, a black-activist tune featuring poet Ernestine Johnson, which mirrors early hip-hop music in its rawest form.
Today’s music videos are filled with materialist symbolism being poured into our membranes. But Cyhi saves the day and delivers a dose of reality into the hearts of soulish beings—living with the hope of African-Americans living in a “new” and prosperous Africa.
Cyhi The Prynce
Tell Tabitha, let a ni^^a Cleopatra her / So, we can build a neighborhood out in Zambia / Tell Khaled to build another one in Tanzania / What if Jay and Bey went and bought some land in Egypt? / And Puffy put a stripper club off the sands of Kenya? / Nu Africa, since America can’t stand to see us / Let’s show ’em why you never bite the hand that feeds you / Nu Africa, call Akon to light the city up / Palace, bought the compound in Libya / Nu Africa, what if they had a Follie’s in Nigeria? / A King of Diamonds in Liberia / Ballin’ in Algeria, ain’t gotta put my jewelry up / And if you Black, you fit the criteria