Last month, CyHi The Prynce revealed his plans of staging an exodus to the Motherland in the song "Nu Africa," and he recently dropped the video for it.

The clip shows the Atlanta spitter using a team of helpers to spread the word about black people heading to Africa. Then there's a protest on the streets, where people hold signs and clench their raised fists in opposition.

Next, it looks like Cy and others finally make it to Africa and attend a party to celebrate. Then out of nowhere, some shifty looking men arrive, who turn out to be undercover feds. At the end of the video, actress and poet Ernestine Johnson delivers a poignant spoken word piece, which is on the album version of "Nu Africa."

"She's the birth place of all life / Whether sons of Abram found wives / The Bathsheba, the Esthers, the Eves / Imagine queens who went to Spellman swimming in the red seas / Backstroking in two piece bikinis off the strength of their degrees," she says.

You can check out the video above and look out for Cy's new album No Dope On Sundays this summer.

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