CyHi The Prynce is gearing up to release his highly-anticipated No Dope On Sundays debut album, but in the meantime, he's tiding fans over with his newest single. The G.O.O.D. Music signee releases his new upbeat song "Movin' Around," which he recruited ScHoolboy Q to join him on.

The new track from the "Legend" rapper was produced by Syk Sense & OZ, and hears him tapping into a more soulful element. The lyrical MC kicks back and gives some of his vocals the spotlight, before getting a gritty verse about life on the streets from his TDE connect. "Movin' Around" serves as the first single off of Prynce's debut album, which is slated to release later this year in September.

XXL previously spoke with CyHi about his upcoming project back in May, where he detailed the concept behind the album's title.

"Well, the sequencing was something like I wanna do Monday through Sunday. But it was a week of mine that I had as a teenager that was devastating, so I kind of remember a lot of things that transpired that week," CyHi revealed. "So I put it all in a week’s body of works, so when you listen to [the album] it builds from like your workdays all the way to your weekends to when you do your religion on Sundays. So it had that feel and I tried to make it that way. And I remember a lot of the stories that were going on during that time, and I just wanted to write about them because one thing about me [is] if I don’t have a concept, I have writer’s block."

Listen to the new collaboration track from CyHi The Prynce and ScHoolboy Q below.

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