Jae Millz, believe it or not, is probably one of the hardest working artists in the game right now.

Having joined the Young Money umbrella, in the eyes of the mainstream world, Jae has been pretty quiet. But if you’ve had your ear to the streets, you’ll know that Millzy has been steadily pumping out dope mixtape after dope mixtape.

With somewhere near to around 30 mixtapes to his name, you can’t deny the man’s work ethic. Despite whatever industry politics may be holding his Nothing Is Promised LP from dropping, the Harlem native is back once again with another mixtape No Chill.

Hosted by DJ Radio, things get cooking with the “I Want It All (Intro)”, produced by Leer Beats. Jae does his usual bragging with his double-time delivery, but the way he keeps repeating the cadence of the chorus throughout the verse, it’s safe to say this cut will be replaying in your mind long after it’s ended.

Loyal to his team, Jae Millz seems unfazed by the LP delays and continues to prove he’s one of the elite emcees in the game that can make that step into the commercial world, without compromising his lyricism.

With only nine tracks, No Chill isn’t a lengthy release, but Jae Millz finds a way to showcase his various flows as well as find different ways to stunt and talk shit to haters.

The beat selection is solid and whether the topic is females, money or braggadocio, Millz brings it on every song.

“So Ignorant” featuring Makarel & T-Shyne and “I Know You Love It” rely heavily on auto-tune, but both are infectiously catchy and could easily make some noise if given the right push.

Loyal to his team, Jae Millz seems unfazed by the LP delays and continues to prove he’s one of the elite emcees in the game that can make that step into the commercial world, without compromising his lyricism.

And guess what? According to his Twitter page, his next mixtape All Praises Due should be dropping this month. Don’t sleep.