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YC The Cynic – “Murphy’s Law” | Takin' Mines
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YC The Cynic – “Murphy’s Law”
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YC The Cynic is a burgeoning talent from the Bronx. He is one the the strongest lyricist in the game right now. At first, YC got into hip-hop to venture out of the harsh realities of the world, using studio time as an escape from his daily life. Today, the MC dropped “Murphy’s law from his upcoming album entitled, GNK. The 22-year-old delivers the full package with an incredible track and another set of striking visuals. In “Murphy’s Law” YC raps about the famous principle that states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” The MC spits his shape-shifting flow in front of a microphone. At the end of the video, YC samples Biggie’s verse from “Notorious Thugs.”



I used Biggie because its a very popular verse that fit well. Plus I was paying homage to Big the whole song. It worked. – YC The Cynic


Recently, YC has been releasing substantial visuals to match his tracks. First came his artistic, pigmented video for “God Complex” reminding us Gnarls Barkley’s famous hit “Crazy.” In the same video, the MC pays homage to Biggie but subtly sporting a tilted crown on his head.



Then the MC released the abrasive video for “Molotovs at Poseidon.”



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