New York singer Jordan Bratton has been on the rise for years, but "Prisoner" is going to catapult him to another level. Last year, Bratton signed to 1009 Records and RCA after the success of his debut tape, The Grey Area and recently released "Danger" featuring Fabolous. But today, he liberates his Chance The Rapper-featured track on which his vocals take the spotlight over the Craven J production. Bratton co-produced on the track, too, and croons about a woman so enamored with money and fame that she loses herself, a "prisoner without a cage," and with a standout verse from Chance that highlights the same sentiment, you'll be hearing this all summer.

Bratton will release his debut EP YOUTH on May 12 and has been opening for Jazmine Sullivan on “The Reality Show Tour” since March. You can catch him at Santos Party House on Wednesday, April 29.