Keeping his musical output consistent, Londoner Jay Prince has announced details of his forthcoming Beautiful Mercy EP (which is set to be released next month) by releasing its lead track 'AfroPhunk'.

Created during his recent trip to LA with Inglewood-based writer and producer SiR (Jill Scott, LeToya Luckett, Melanie Fiona) and Joyce Wrice, 'AfroPhunk' represents, according to Prince himself, love - more specifically, self-love. "The whole approach of this song is to spread positivity and really get people to understand the importance in loving yourself and realising what the truth represents - which is us and not material "things"."

The theme of love (and freedom) continues throughout the forthcoming eight-track Beautiful Mercy EP which sees collaborations with the likes of Kanye West-collaborator Allan Kingdom and Arima Ederra, while Gravez, DrewsThatDude, RASCAL and BrassTracks tackle production duties with Prince. Ahead of the full EP's release on November 20, he'll be playing a number of dates as part of Soulection's UK tour as well as a stop at the Warehouse Project on November 7 and a support slot for Jay Electronica at his massive London headline show on November 8th.