YC the Cynic gives Complex News a Presidential tour of The Bronx.
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New music video from YC The Cynic, featuring the production of Yuri Beats. I have a feeling that YC has been sitting on this one for a minute…check it out!
Homeboy Sandman joins YC The Cynic for a re-vamped version of ‘The Heaviest Cross’, originally featured on YC’s breakthrough album ‘GNK’.
Duck Down Music x Javotti Media SXSW Showcase on Saturday, March 15th at Palm Door On Sixth (508 E. 6th street btw Neches and Red River St). Performances by: Talib Kweli w/ band Mobb Deep Twista Murs with ¡Mayday! YC The Cynic Niko Is Res Nyzzy Nyce T’Nah Apex & Chelsea Reject Cory Mo CJ […]
In light of Dao Jones’ new album, “100 Years”, he decided to interview some friends of his in the music industry and ask them how they got their start, what has been their defining moment, and where are they going. In part four, YC The Cynic and Frank Drake talk about how they started making […]
NYC’s Otis Clapp just performed in front of a near sell-out crowd at Gramercy Theatre with his homie YC The Cynic, recently, and has also now released his new project, ‘#ATB’. Peep the new video steez.
NEW YORK, NY, October 21, 2013 – CEG & Tru Statement Entertainment are proud to present Homeboy Sandman in his hotly anticipated return to New York City. On Saturday, January 18, 2014 The Gramercy Theatre will play host to the Queens native who was signed to Stones Throw Records in 2011 and has been touring […]
YC The Cynic is an American hip hop artist from Hunts Point, Bronx, New York. He has released two mixtapes, You’re Welcome (2010) and Fall FWD (2011), both of which were highly regarded by critics. He was named one of the “Top 5 Underground Hip-Hop Artists in New York” by Deli Magazine (2010) and was […]
The homie YC The Cynic bodies this segment. Big ups to tha kid!
Anchored by an anthemic Juice Crew sample, ‘Come See Our Show’ paints the scene at one of I AM MANY’s live shows – the best live hip-hop in NYC – In the flesh, I AM MANY meshes the tractor-beam magnetism of KRS-One, the smooth command of a young Travolta, and Iggy Pop’s head-to-toe immersion in […]