For years, Atlanta has been a music hub for hip-hop. In nearly every era of the rap game, ATL has done more than hold its own. The city has been and still is, a driving force for the entire urban culture.

Looking to add himself to Atlanta’s rich hip-hop history is rising artist Pryce. Recently the 21-year-old ATLien released his new mixtape Not Afraid Of Heights. And it’s a good thing he isn’t afraid to go up because based on this body music, Pryce’s potential to reach the music stratosphere is a definite possibility.

This 11-track mixtape is a full display of Pryce’s music arsenal. Track one, “Real is Rare” is a harmonic expression of him questioning not only some people’s fugazi behavior, but also it’s him sending an alert to his doubters that he’s isn’t letting up. “If I don’t get it, I’m die trying,” he says.

Pryce gets into his lyrical bag on Track 3 “Where They At.” He exhibits his rap prowess on the entire track. For 2 minutes and 35 seconds, Pryce goes in. He filled the xylophone based beat with many double entendres, and he flexes his triplet flow abilities.

Track 8 “Good Day” is like he said, “issa a whole mood.” Not all Atlanta rappers are all about trapping in bandos. Pryce is one of the voices of the “lit” Millenials of this generation who enjoys the thrills of living life. Fusing rapping and singing, he delivers a joyful sound that will set good vibes for sure.

The very next track, “Grey Skies” is Pryce conveying a sense of emptiness of companionship without his lady. Being completely honest and transparent with his listeners, Pryce shares with us his affectionate side. On the track, he admits to his wrongs, but he also states his willingness to change for the better. He says without her, “his skies are grey.”

Pryce’s music confidence more than likely comes from the fact that he isn’t new to stardom. Before the music, he modeled as a child, and he made a television appearance in The Lost Valentine, starring Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt, so it’s clear that he is Not Afraid Of Heights. Stream the mixtape below.