International loverman and Roc Nation artist Jay Electronica teases his upcoming LP by releasing a screenshot of the proposed tracklist via Twitter. Guests include Kanye West, Serge Gainsbourg, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jay-Z, The-Dream, Latonya Givens, Diddy, The Bullitts, Erykah Badu, and of course, Ronald Reagan.
Producer extraordinaire Just Blaze sat down with Hard Knock TV’s Nick Huff Barili for an in-depth interview. Just Blaze starts off by talking about Hip Hop incorporating more EDM sounds and how he was ahead of the curb incorporating dance elements into Hip Hop tracks like Joe Budden’s “Fire” back in 2004. As the interview [cont.]
?uestlove recently spoke on the status of Jay Electronica’s long-awaited Roc Nation debut LP, Act II. He reports that the album is done, and that it is Jay-Z’s favorite LP of 2012, yet it has “no singles” to help push it. Listen below…. LISTEN: Questlove Says Jay Electronica’s Album Is Done
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Kendrick Lamar speaks on working with Joe Budden, Curren$y, and Jay Electronica, as well as wishing to work with Waka Flocka, Sade, Andre 3000, and Portishead.
Engineer extraordinaire Young Guru speaks on his work with Jay-Z and the Roc Nation imprint.
Jay Electronica spent the day recording this track with Mobb Deep, which may or may not make it on the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 soundtrack. Either way, that shit cray. LISTEN: Jay Electronica – “Call Of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)” (feat. Mobb Deep)
Jay releases this “rough demo” today, suggesting it will not make his Roc Nation debut. LISTEN: Jay Electronica – “Rough Demo” Jay Electronica – “Rough Demo”
The Black Keys will soon unveil the sequel to their Blakrok project, this time tapping each Talib Kweli, U God, Jay Electronica, OC, Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa ,Jim Jones, Sean Price and The Cool Kids.
The Bullitts featuring Lucy Liu and Jay Electronica perform Close Your Eyes for Zane Lowe at Maida Vale August 2011.
A short film written and directed by Jeymes.
Jay Electronica has revealed via Twitter, that his Roc Nation debut is complete: “Sometimes im Jay Electronica. sometimes im Jay Electron**ga. i wanna let yall hear this one record from Act II: Patents Of Nobility (the turn) called “Road To Perdition” feat. Mr. Carter so bad.” “Album soon come. Ask Bun B, he heard the [cont.]
The audio is a little bit shaky, but the event itself is historic enough. Footage of De La Soul’s performance also included.
MTV Shows Not exactly the Jay Elec return we’ve been waiting for, but should be interesting nonetheless.
A new, recently released alternate edit of the Jason Goldwatch directed video of Jay Elec’s “Dimethyltryptamine” from 2009. Speaking of which, Jay’s been quiet lately. Surely he’s going to make an appearance soon?
The official line-up for Chicago’s 2011 Lollapalooza has been announced, happening Aug 5th-7th in Grant Park. Hip-Hop acts include Eminem, Cee-Lo Green, Nas & Damian Marley, Atmosphere, Jay Electronica, Ryan Leslie, Kid Cudi, and more. For the full line-up, checkout Lollapalooza.Com.
New video from Jay Electronica starring LaTonya Givens. Can’t wait…..
Jay Electronica speaks with The Come Up Show in T. Dot.
Watch Jay Electronica perform in New Orleans for Mtn Dew Code Red. Hip-Hop is different on the Mountain, they say.
Jay Electronica spit out this tribute to Guru via Twitter, over the intro to Group Home’s Livin’ Proof LP. LISTEN: Jay Electronica – “Jazzmatazz” (feat. Tone Treasure) Jay Electronica – “Jazzmatazz” (feat. Tone Treasure)
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