Review: Bad Boy Records continues legacy with release of King Comb’s ‘Cyncerely, C3’

This project from top to bottom is a great, fun and nostalgic listen.

Photo: Courtesy of the label


Photo: Courtesy of the label

The album artwork tells it all, the Bad Boy legacy continues, so it must be true, they can’t stop, and won’t stop! King Combs recently released his project ‘Cyncerely, C3’, providing a modern, yet nostalgically pleasing, vibe that just might have listeners dancing throughout. The project is a solid body of work from the top to bottom, starting out with ‘Heaven Sent’ a fun, braggadocious record that gives light to the fact that he is destined to be exactly where he is and even touching on personal matters.

It also helped in the curation of the nostalgic feeling, with production that is reminiscent of the Bad Boy era of the 90s. He quickly shifts into the lady records like ‘Naughty’ and ‘Young Roman$e’ and continues on with some more fun yet real records, where King Combs get to show off his more of his consistently improving versatility in flow and his lyrical ability. To add more seasoning to this project, he employs the help of some of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars Ty Dolla $ign, City Girls, Tee Grizzley, Jeremih and more. More notably, however, is the utilization of his CYN group members Kai Ca$h, Bay Swag, and Trey Livin, seeing that this project was named as a play off of their collective.

This project from top to bottom is a great, fun and nostalgic listen. Take some time out today to check out King Comb’s ‘Cyncerely, C3’.

Written by Manny King John

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