Tuesday March 1st, 2011 is a new historic date in RDACBX history. Thats the date that YC the Cynic made a huge splash on the scene, with the release of his 2nd Mixtape Fall:FWD. My dude has been working harder than the next man for the last 2 years and it is evident by his latest release that he's only getting started. On the new release he shows us that YC the Cynic wordplay that only he can do, along with some new double time flows and of course more of that boom bap style we all love.
His release party was a huge success. For a Tuesday in NYC's saturated market, it was a sell out crowd., which shows us how YC's grind is paying off. Rebel Diaz was blessed to share the stage with the homey, as well as Dj Charlie Hustle holding it down on the 1s and 2s. RDACBX family- Dj Ethos from Los Angeles was able to make it out and wowed the crowd with a crazy DJ display during Rebel Diaz's set. One of my favorite crews was The Underdogz. Consisting of long time YC collaborators; Otis Clapp and Warren Britt, they got the show started off with their high energy live show. As a matter of fact, Otis Clapp's "Gifted" song has been on repeat on my YouTube account. They were followed up by Scienze and Sene who also had dope live shows and helped warm the crowd up. The show was hosted by GrindTime Champion and Brown Bag All Star- Soul Khan. My man should also do live comedy cuz hes a pretty hilarious brother. Props to him for a great job hosting and performing. After our set, is where the show started to get crazy, after a dope set from Soul Khan, the Main Event aka YC the Cynic hit the stage. My homey had half of NYC's underground elite support him with the cosigns as he brought on Homeboy Sandman, J-Live, C-Rayz Walz, Von Pea from Tanya Morgan, and Final Outlaw. The C-Rayz Walz freestyle was a classic moment. My man went off the top of the dome and murdered it. The live performance of "More and More" was one of the highlights of the night for me. YC, Von Pea, Soul Khan and Sene absolutely killed the track! all in all, it was a dope night for the RDACBX, for our little bro YC the Cynic and for Hip Hop in general as we welcomed one of our bright and shining stars.