Jae Prynse to end a great year at GT's Extravaganza

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prynce.jpgOn-the-rise entertainer Jae Prynse (Prince) is quite upbeat about the pace with which his career has been moving and, with a few weeks to go until the end of the year, he is calling 2016 "fantastic".

The young singjay, who is signed to UK-based Live MB Music, says he has accomplished much in terms of getting his music to the people, both through live performances and his recordings which received much love from radio and in the dancehall. Among his best known single is Try Harder, produced by Frens For Real Recording. The song is becoming a staple on radio in places such as the UK, US,Switzerland and Germany, while locally, it has been playing on Zip FM, Irie and Sun City radio stations. The video was released last month.

In a recent interview, Jae Prynse explained that just as he did with songs such as Concrete Jungle he again used his personal struggles as the paper on which to write the lyrics for Try Harder and he feels that the motivational force of the song has enabled it to solidly connect with critics and fans alike the world over. He and his team have been in promotional mode and have kept up the momentum since Try Harder was released in August, followed by his mixtape, of the same name, which dropped on September 28.

In terms of live performances, Jay Prynse toured the United Kingdom in June 2016 alongside reggae superstar Luciano and Jah Bouks .

"We performed in places such as London, Birmingham and Ipswitch and it was awesome. Actually, I went last year and based on how well I did, they called me back to tour again this year. I give thanks for this opportunity and look forward to making more journeys such as this in 2017," Jae Prynce said.

Having been featured on Trabass' popular blog and also on the Sun City Campus Invasion Tour, thus getting an opportunity to interact with his at-home audience, Jay Prynse has been enjoying a buzz, so much so that he has been added to the line-up of the annual Christmas Day gala, GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza.

"This is a spectacular way for me to close out 2016 and I am excited, humbled and intent on giving my fans a treat," the artiste who was born Prince Afrika Tiaphilus Williams and who grew up on the tough streets of Spanglers in Downtown Kingston said.