Cyhi the Prynce is making the rounds in support of his new album, No Dope on Sundays, but while on the Breakfast Club morning show he delivered an interesting piece of information—Kanye West apparently overpays people.

“Oh no, he overly pays,” the Atlanta rapper said at the four-minute mark of the interview about Ye's paying habits. “That’s an issue.”

Cyhi then proceeds to explain one of the ways he came to his conclusion, sharing a story about how a man walked in wearing leather black jeans when Kanye was in the studio working on Yeezus. The man inspired the lyrics on the song "Black Skinhead" and Kanye ended up paying the guy for his contribution.

“If you’re delivering waters, if you’re the engineer, if you’re the cameraman, if he ask you one thing about this song, you’re name is on this record,” Cyhi said. “All you got to do is be in the brainstorming. If you were in the brainstorm room, you get part of the record.”

Kanye has been busy producing projects for G.O.O.D. Music artists including Pusha T and Teyana Taylor. He also shows up on Cyhi's project on the track, "Dat Side."

Watch Cyhi's full Breakfast Club interview above.


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