It’s pretty clear that Paul’s posse cut from Heart of A Champion will have the innanet going nuts. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Paul Wall – Live It (feat. feat. Raekwon + Jay Electronica + Yelawolf)
This one-take, late night performance on the mini-cam might just be all this track needs in the way of a video.
Jay Elec gives us a taste of what was left on the cutting room floor from his forthcoming Act II release. This particular track is inspired by his girl, Erykah Badu.
Jay Electronica drops a dope tribute to J Dilla + Guru over “Gobstopper” at Bonnaroo 2010.
Video clips taken from various audience members, including performances from Wu-Tang, Jay Electronica, The Roots, Money Making Jam Boys, and more.
In an interview with Sway, RZA addressed the comments he made about the south that recently offended Jay Electronica.As everyone probably remembers, Jay recently spoke about RZA’s comments, describing them as “real ridiculously stupid [and], ignorant”. His rebuttal to RZA’s comments also sparked a short conflict with DJ Kay Slay,which from all reports has now [cont.]
Hardknock TV caught up with Nas and Damian Marley behind the scenes of their music video for As We Enter. In this interview Nas responds to Drake comparing himself to Jay-Z and J Cole to Nas. The interview continues with Nas talking about the next generation of rappers and their ability to carry the torch [cont.]
Jay took a second while on the road in Nepal to spit a quick freestyle. “…on the road to the Maratika Cave and Hindu Temple located in the Khotang District of Nepal near Mount Sagarmāthā (Nepali: सगरमाथा, known to us Westerners as MT Everest). This was on the day that the highly controversial Hindu Goat [cont.]
The title track by Jay Electronica for a feature Documentary by the same name. Directed by Jason GOLDWATCH for DECON Creative Group. Starring Gavin McInnes, as he stays awake for 5 days straight without sleep. Film also features music from RJD2, The Death Set, EL-P, Wax Tailor.
This holy trinity of artists explain why Jay Electronica deserves your respect. And we agree.
The interview he speaks of can be seen here.
In the above Ustream clip, you can spy on Diddy while he works over the phone with Jay Electronica. At about the five minute mark, Diddy suggests that he wants to get the Bomb Squad (Public Enemy, Ice Cube) to produce for Jay Electronica. “….I was telling you from way back when I wanted to [cont.]
Spine writes: Jay Electronica is the rapper’s rapper- the modern hip-hop avatar. Beyond the confines of real vs. fake, street vs. studio, he simply exists as an example of what happens when you apply pure skill, intelligence & perseverance to the music game. With no video, label deal or single he came to London town, [cont.]
Hardknock.TV recently caught up to Nas to talk about the recent comments from Drake when he cpmpared himself to Jay-Z, and J. Cole to Nas. He also talks about the young rappers in the race, and Jay Electronica. Check it out above.
Joe Budden tweet-reveals ambitions of his next track – Another supergroup in the making?
Wow, Diddy’s putting Jay Elec in the same space as B.I.G.? That’s quite an endorsement…. Audio below. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Last night while opening up for N.E.R.D. at the Filmore in NYC, Jay Electronica did a little Nas tribute by freestyling over “The World Is Yours” In other news, Jay Electronica tweeted about a “world premier” for tomorrow. Could it be “Exhibit B?”
Of course we could be reading too much into this, but we could have a collab between Game and Jay Electonica in the near future. Maybe something for the Red Room mixtape which will be presented by DJ Skee, not Drama any longer. No word why Drama dropped off this mixtape or Jeezy’s.
Anyone who knows ?uesto personally, or at least has followed him over the years, knows that he like short, tight, concise albums, and usually cites Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and Nas “Illmatic” as examples. Here, he publically reaches out to Jay Electronica, pleading with him to craft a classic. Read on: that’s what made Nas’ Illmatic [cont.]
Lead-off single from “A Million In The Morning” movie / soundtrack, by Jay Electronica. Coming soon from Decon…. Watch the movie trailer here. Jay Electronica – “A Million In The Morning” (MP3)
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