Everyone has a cypher of sorts these days. But for years before it became popular by mainstream media, Sway and King Tech were putting together some of the best emcees you have ever heard in a cypher. Continuing with that tradition and carrying it on globally, Sway is always elevating the game and giving a platform to dope young emcees. 2019 saw a host of varying kinds of cyphers with rappers and producers of all kinds of backgrounds. Here is the top ten of the year. Bonus: Friday Fire Cypher: Jake Summers x Navelle Hice x Earnest To start this…
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In this edition of the Friday Fire Cypher, Miami and St. Louis connect pairing King Hoodie and AJ McQueen. DJ Mentos provided the perfect beats for these two emcees to showcase their ability. https://youtu.be/y1NLVZZu2n8
In 2009 Navelle Hice has an ascending rap career when he was shot and robbed after a show. He stopped by Sway In The Morning to tell his story and spit bars in the Friday Fire Cypher. Earnest stopped by Sway In The Morning to participate in the Friday Fire Cypher and spoke about his latest series of music. Philly Producer Jake Summers provides the beats for the latest Friday Fire Cypher. He brings his unique style of stoner trap music to the forefront. Navelle Hice and Earnest hop on the stoner trap beats from Jake Summers.
King Amadeus is back, with more accolades and awards in his bag as he drops adds more gas to the Friday Fire Cypher. Young hyenas Domani Harris and Big Bad Kab stepped into the cypher with some bars to make the cypher complete.
On another edition of our Friday Fire Cypher, we’re joined by Jay Real and Show Esco. Watch below to get to know these rappers, plus enjoy fire beats from producer, Black Saun. The great grand-nephew of the legendary Marcus Garvey, Jay Real, swings by our cypher to drop bars. See his solo freestyle below. Show Esco shares the story of meeting Sway and how he made his way on Sway in the Morning. In a back-to-back cypher, watch Jay Real and Show Esco rap over Black Saun beats.
What do you get when you link up two Doomsday Cypher alum with one of the hottest young producer’s in the game? Another dope Friday Fire cypher. JWalt made his way from the Bay area to bless the mic with one of Queen’s finest up and coming emcees, TR3. And Niko Brim couldn’t help but shine, not only on the beats but hopped in with some bars as well. Watch the first and second rounds below. https://youtu.be/GNyE9ZlWxvU It is a rare bread of emcee that can get through the TAPOUT Round. These three hyenas did just that. Watch the final…
The latest edition of the Friday Fire Cypher features J Quest and Veto Corli with the beats curated by none other than Ron Browz. J Quest stepped to the mic first representing for the Bronx. https://youtu.be/KHOqhx8ipDo Next to rock is Veto Corli from Staten Island aka Shaolin. https://youtu.be/rZhPjQEaDzo The final round has the two emcees going toe to toe, 16 for 16 in a relentless exchange. https://youtu.be/E1CyLMQUO_4
Young Devyn is only 16, but already has the ultimate respect from everybody she spits for. She joined the Friday Fire Cypher, and we will let you be the judged! https://youtu.be/PbJ9Q8_wcpc
Pro Era’s Powers pleasant decided to show off a bit, curating our latest edition of the Friday fire Cypher. And he had two hyenas ready to set it off. First to rock was the former BET Freestyle Friday champ, Lajune. She stepped to the mic to show why she was the first female inducted into the freestyle Friday hall of fame. Rikki Blu has been putting in work connecting with artists like Isaiah Rashad of TDE. But proving that he can hold his own being from the south, but making music on the West. Watch as Lajune and Rikki go…