Jay Prince – “AfroPhunk” f. SiR & Joyce Wrice

blame it on Patrick Glynn October 19, 2015

London spitter Jay Prince grabs SiR and Joyce Wrice for a beautiful, relaxing track, “AfroPhunk,” off his upcoming EP, Beautiful Mercy, set to release November 20.

This gives me the vibe of a Daye-Jack-from-across-the-pond type. From his flows and humming a tune, Jay Prince preaches so much positivity on “AfroPhunk” while SiR and Wrice harmonize on the chorus singing, “I know what the real is about.” They can see through the money and material objects to realize love is the root of all happiness.

Premiered by Pigeons and Planes, Prince told them the song:

“represents love. Self love. The whole approach of this song is to spread positivity and really get people to understand the importance in loving yourself and realizing what the truth represents – which is us and not material things.”

Listen to the first single off Beautiful Mercy below.