One of the hardest-working rappers in the game, Jay Prince has notched up an impressive CV. Four mixtapes, sold out shows, and collaborations with Shakka, Allan Kingdom and Joyce Wrice, there's not a lot the east London rapper hasn't done. His latest offering, Late Summers, has early evening vibes to it—bangers to blare from the speakers when the sun is coming down. Over a hybrid of rap and trap flavours, Prince is introspective and commanding, especially on opening cut "Waste No Time", the Aminé-assisted "Vice" and "When I Die". "Anthem", which features Shakka, is as feel-good as can be, and Prince continues to spit positivity on "Peace Of Mind", with some lyrical gold from Avelino. Jay Prince's progression over the years is plain to see on Late Summers.

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