Pro Era rapper drops “Bodak Yellow” freestyle Pro Era’s Nyck Caution gets busy on a freestyle of Cardi B‘s “Bodak Yellow titled “NYUK.” There is a funny story behind the name. Caution’s new freestyle got its title after an initial typo in his name that appeared in the credits for A$AP Mob’s “Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: . . .
Pro Era members Nyck Caution and Kirk Knight, also known as Nyck @ Knight, are back with a new collaborative record called “Dial Up” that’s full of dark, tense energy. The two are gearing up to release their Nyck @ Knight project on July 21st. Kirk handles the production and the chorus, while the two trade . . .
Nyck Caution is possibly the most lyrically inclined emcee in Pro Era, and he puts his skills to great use in his latest release. The New York-based emcee takes control of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Element” and “DNA” beats, filling them with punchline after punchline for over three minutes. Stream “Element x DNA” below.
Pro Era’s very own Nyck Caution jacked XXXTENTACION‘s infamous “Look At Me” beat, and he definitely did so with authority. The New York-based lyricist doesn’t hold back one bit over the ominous, dark production. Look for Nyck’s forthcoming collaborative project with Kirk Knight, Nyck At Knight, to release in June. Stream Nyck’s “Look At Me” . . .
Pro Era lyricist Nyck Caution is back on the map with a new video for “Show No Love,” which focuses on a pick-up basketball game he’s setting up in New York City on December 2nd. If you haven’t heard Nyck’s Disguise The Limit debut album, be sure to check it out. Watch the video for . . .
“I get drunk all the time, getting wasted off your memories.” Nyck Caution is primarily known for his razor sharp lyricism and phenomenal freestyles, but the Pro Era emcee allows his introspective thoughts and vulnerabilities to take center stage on his latest release, “Eyes Closed.” Nyck vents about the variety of things he sees when . . .
He’s been known as a potent lyricist since he first emerged onto the scene, and today Pro Era’s very own Nyck Caution releases his debut album, Disguise The Limit. Nyck told The Fader: “This project has been my life for about two years and now I’m finally done and ready to release it to the . . .
Regarded by many as one of the most lyrically inclined members of Pro Era, Nyck Caution cements his reputation with an intense new release entitled “Wordsmith.” Stream “Wordsmith” below, and check out the previously released, Metro Boomin-produced, Joey Badass-featuring “What’s Understood” afterwards.
It’s Nyck Caution‘s 22nd birthday and he is celebrating it by generously sharing 3 new songs with the world. A video posted by Cautionnn’ (@nyckcaution) on Dec 4, 2015 at 4:04pm PST Titled 22, it’s a 3-pack that includes the Metro Boomin-produced “What’s Understood” featuring Joey Bada$$, “Nyctophilia” with Dyemond Lewis and Denzel Curry, and “Light Through . . .
Pro Era rapper, Nyck Caution has released “Vulcan”, his latest track. Produced by Mike Gao, it is an explosive mix of synths, kick drums, and a myriad of percussion, throughout, finalized by a smooth transition to take us to the outro. Nyck Caution’s speedy and powerful flow captures the attitude of a man on a mission. “They came for . . .
Pro Era partners Nyck Caution and Joey Badass reconnect over mellow Chuck Strangers production to deliver introspective thought on “World In Your Pocket.” Nyck shows wisdom beyond his years, as he muses, “just because you like to talk, it doesn’t mean that you working.” The New York native continues to show progression as a lyricist. . . .
Since gaining notoriety with his Pro Era cohorts, Nyck Caution has made it clear that he’s all about sharp lyricism. His latest track, “The End,” features an equally adept rhymesayer, Danse Daimons of BKLYN STICKUP. Both emcees run circles around dramatic, pulsating production courtesy of Chi Bheats that bears signature traits indicative of Brookyln-based, soulful . . .
This edition of The Highlight Reel features a total of three songs that draw influence from Kendrick Lamar’s Damn album in some way. There’s Virginia-based producer Fake Uzumi‘s catchy upbeat remix of “Pride.” There’s New York-based and Pro Era-affiliated lyricist Nyck Caution‘s remix of “Element” and “DNA.” There’s GEOTHEORY‘s jazzy, downtempo reinterpretation of “DNA.” Just . . .
Coming in at 12 tracks total, Joey Badass‘s ALL-AMERIKKAN BADASS project is an polished, narrative-focused project with plenty of lyrical content to focus on. As the title would suggest, there are plenty of political undertones to absorb as Joey wrestles with the reality of the world we live in. Guest appearances come from the likes . . .
Brooklyn native Chelsea Reject released her new mixtape CMPLX today. Consider us impressed. Chelsea has been affiliated with Pro Era for a while now, but more important in the present is her continued development as a solo artist. That becomes apparent from the very beginning of CMPLX. The 16-track project includes features from T’nah Apex, . . .