Published Oct 07, 2013Brooklyn-based hip-hop collective Pro Era continue to give West Coast weirdos Odd Future a run for their money, thanks to impressionable beats and an array of rhyme slingers that sound wise beyond their years. Don't believe us? Just listen to up-and-comer CJ Fly as he delivers a '90s-era flow on his new solo mixtape, Thee Way Eye See It.
Featuring production by the likes of Statik Selektah, Lee Banon and Cookin Soul, CJ Fly's 18-track debut features Wu-Tang-worthy joints like the Joey Bada$$-assisted "Sup Preme," the jazz-friendly "FLintroCK" and Madlib-inspired sonic exploration "Tug-At-War."
Hear for yourself by listening to the mixtape in the player below.