“Niggas kill each other every day and ain’t no evolution
My partner shot a 100 niggas and it was never proven
We just labeled him a gangster and kept it moving
Let me give you the same outcome, separate shooting
A white man kill a black we holla persecution
So instead of lootin’ it’s time to find some better schoolin’
You can act like yall don’t understand what I’m elocuting’…”

– CyHi the Prynce, “Weak People”

See, Me and Mr. Graydon, our new contributor to The Greener Side of Hip Hop, (see one of his latest posts More Volume In The Headphones… here) got this music friendship thang goin’ on – he’s now my other ear for underground artists, “breakthrough underground” artists and artists I need to know. Recently, Mr.Graydon introduced me to CyHi The Prynce’s music and this track in particular entitled “Weak People” that was released a few months back. The track starts with a sermon from Pastor James David Manning who vehemently sets himself apart from the “spineless” and sets the listener up for CyHi The Prynce’s lyrical assault on “weak people”. On this track, CyHi the Prynce  takes us to task (A lot of you niggas don’t own a business suit/But slave for every Michael Jordan tennis shoe) so straighten up.  “Weak People” is a track off of CyHi the Prynce’s “Black Hystori 2 Project”.