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Jai Paul - 'Jasmine'

One of the lushest vocals you'll hear all year

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It has been more than two years sine we heard from XL's one-to-watch Jai Paul, but the follow-up to his debut single 'BTSTU' (sampled by both Beyonce and Drake) doesn't disappoint. 'Jasmine' is built around a beautifully cascading guitar line, with Jai's Prince-esque croon - one of the lushest vocals you'll hear all year - sending it skyhigh.

Matt Wilkinson


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