Listened on my studio Genelecs and my K240's. There are many different ways people do it. I think many pro engineers will agree a decent pair of pro headphones helps.
Nice bass, I usually hear to much. Mixing those subs is tricky.
I bet you have a good car stereo or you have a sub you mix with.
It seems dark overall. Like the claps and Hihat could be brightened. The claps will punch through more.
Balance is good.
Also, a little dry. I get it on vocals though you want that intimacy. You can still achieve that with a shorter reverb which will add a depth but you don't have to however just saying.
Claps maybe some verb? Use the stereo spectrum, you can do that with reverb. Also, again not needed but a delay on vocals can fatten it up if desired and even claps if that's what you want. No rules here.
So, a little dry and dark but great balance. Use reverb and delay to make it shine by adding depth on any instrument that ...