Jay Prince Lays Down Some AfroPhunk

Jay Prince is back and he’s charged himself with an uplifting sense of positivity, speaking about realness, peace and love on his new track ‘AfroPhunk’.

Since dropping the BeFor Our Time EP earlier this year in affiliation with Selection, East London’s own Jay Prince graces us with another dose of his mellow Hip-Hop flow. Setting the theme with love and freedom, Jay Prince is following his inner soul and believes “it takes a lot more energy to hate someone and bring negativity into our world, than it does to love.” We hear that.

Jay Prince has comfortably matured into his own sound and confidently infuses his music with life experiences, rapping about those observations on his forthcoming EP, “Beautiful Mercy is about letting my guard down. Being shamelessly myself, forgiving the people who try to make me feel less than human and focusing on love’s relationship with freedom. This is what has made me the better man and the stronger soul I am today.”

‘AfroPhunk’ will be included on the 8 track ‘Beautiful Mercy’ EP, with expected features from Allan Kingdom, SiR, Joyce Wrice and Arima Ederra, and production by BrassTracks, RASCAL, Gravez, DrewsThatDude and Jay Prince.

While we wait for the EP to drop on the 20th of November, get into the flow of ‘AfroPhunk’ featuring SiR and Joyce Wrice below.

31st October: Nottingham Racecourse (Soulection)
31st October: O2 Academy, Sheffield (Soulection)
6th November: Komedia, Brighton (Soulection)
7th November: Warehouse Project, Manchester
8th November: Electric Ballroom, London (Jay Electronica Support)