Ciscero put all the right pieces in place for “Rio.” The DMV-based emcee got a guest feature from P.G. County, Maryland-based emcee FoggieRaw and London’s very own Jay Prince. They trade intricate, energetic rhymes over jazzy p.Groduction courtesy of J. Robb and Misterneek. The result is an infectious single with a summery vibe and plenty . . .
Jay Prince displays his ear for infectious production once more on his highly anticipated new project, Late Summers. The project carries a laid back vibe, but Jay’s verses are high quality from start to finish. Guest artists include Aminé, Avelino, Axlfolie, Shakka, Fabienne, and Mahalia. Stream Late Summers below.
Jay Prince has a lot of upbeat, soulful songs under his belt, but the London native takes things in a different direction on his reflective new release, “When I Die.” As the title would suggest, Jay uses this record to list everything he wants to happen upon his death. Gloomy, polished production courtesy of Axlfolie . . .
Prince EP to arrive one year after death April 21st, 2017 will make it one year since the death of Prince. On it, fans will receive a new posthumous EP from the music legend. Today, we get “Deliverance,” the title-track from the forthcoming project. Secure a pre-order of Deliverance via iTunes or his website and stream the song on Apple Music. . . .
“I’m just tryna see the light, right now.” London-based emcee Jay Prince is back with an upbeat, uplifting new record called “Peace Of Mind,” featuring Avelino. The soulfulness is strong within this one. This record premiered with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Radio. Stream “Peace Of Mind” below.
Vibe-heavy producer Intalekt breathed new life into his “Get By” single with the help of fellow London creatives Jay Prince, YJ and Nick Brewer. Intalekt explained, “to Celebrate a year of my debut project IIWII, I decided to bring some of the most talented artists i know to jump on a remix of one of . . .
Alex Wiley‘s latest release, “Still Calling,” is a very hazy, disoriented effort. It features echoing, bass-heavy production from Mike Gao, and an engaging guest appearance from London’s very own Jay Prince. Alex is normally known for fast-paced, dynamic pacing, but he goes in the opposite direction on this number. Alex explained to The Fader: “the . . .
Jay Prince lets us ride out with him in his new video for “Promises.” The London-based emcee takes us on a trip, as he makes moves to his show. The song finds him rapping about a woman he’s really attracted to. As the video progresses, we end up seeing the woman he’s been talking up . . .
Following a hugely successful campaign for “Melt,” London-based songstress JONES ups the ante with a remix featuring Jay Prince. The new version features new brass elements that supplement her soulful vocals exceedingly well. Stream the “Melt” remix below, and check out tour dates afterwards. INTERNATIONAL LIVE DATES 30th July – Standon Calling Festival, UK 2nd . . .
D/C is a singer/songwriter with an ear for including experimental elements within his compositions. He links with fellow London creative Jay Prince for a slow burning new release called “Beautiful & Fragile” that finds them both in more mellow states. Stream “Beautiful & Fragile” below.
Beyoncé hysteria has been even more palpable since the release of Lemonade, and she created a special moment during her “Formation Tour” last night. Beyoncé paid her respects to Prince with a show stopping performance of “The Beautiful Ones,” which was originally featured on Prince and The Revolution’s Purple Rain soundtrack from 1983. Watch the . . .
I was a bit surprised to see that Brasstracks was collaborating with Jay Prince, but not due to their musical compatibility. In fact, the Brooklyn-based act and the London-based emcee prove to be a salient combination on “Good Love.” I was a bit surprised, simply due to geographic limitations, but I should keep in mind . . .
In 2014, Prince shocked us (again) with the release of two projects, Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum, on the same day. He celebrated with a special concert at Paisley Park Studios. In the middle of the set, Kendrick Lamar shocked attendees with a surprise appearance. Prince’s estate has decided to gift us all with clear . . .
Consequence contributes to the continuous outpouring of respect, nostalgia, and creativity stemming from the passing of Prince with the release of “She’s My Apollonia.” Since Prince‘s passing last week, we’ve heard a number of artists pay their respect. Apollonia Ketero, who co-starred in Purple Rain, inspired the name for this song, which finds Consequence waxing . . .
It’s amazing to see exactly how many great musicians Prince touched with his artistry and his spirit. D’angelo is the latest to pay homage, with an impromptu cover of Prince’s “Venus De Milo” during a recent studio session. The song, which was originally featured on Prince’s 1986 release, Under The Cherry Moon, is captured by . . .