Later this month, G.O.O.D. Music's own CyHi The Prynce will be releasing his new mixtape Black History Project. The Stone Mountain native shares a record off that project today in "Coretta." Channeling the cover art of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott, the song wonderfully displays a softer side to CyHi, where he trades in his razor sharp bars for warm lyricism above love and affection. "My parents still together, so I really know what love is/No baby mama but I love kids/If treating you with respect is a crime/Then I'll do any amount of time that the judge gives," CyHi raps with sincerity. Tec Beatz provides the smooth production here, which brings the theme full circle. 

CyHi's Black History Project will be released February 24 on DatPiff. The project will be executive produced by Kanye West.

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