Jigga clearly heard all the backlash from him siding with the NFL. In the new album that Jay Electronica finally dropped, the Brooklyn native lyrically spins himself out of another jam.
While Jay Electronica continues to act like he’ll soon be dropping that elusive debut studio album (Dr. Dre’s Detox a.k.a. Compton dropped in a timely manner by comparison), he’s now gone and given his fans more reason to be excited/frustrated with his way of doing music business.
While the dust continues to settle after Eminem responded to Machine Gun Kelly’s “Rap Devil” with his pointed “Killshot” diss track, fans were quick to point out one curious part of the song. One line has Slim Shady insinuating that Sean “Diddy” Combs ordered a hit on Tupac “2Pac” Shakur during the late rapper’s feud […]
Jay Electronica has been teasing us with his debut for almost ten years but has yet to deliver. He has again popped up claiming new material is on the way.
Talib Kweli has managed to get the ever elusive Jay Electronica to get back on the microphone for his new "All Of Us" track.
Jay Electronica is still discussing his ridiculously late album, Act II: Patents of Nobility (The Turn). Mind you, it was allegedly completed in 2011, after signing to Roc Nation back in late 2010.
Chance The Rapper and Jay Electronica shot the video How High music video on an iPhone, and it is genius.
Hip-Hop’s boogeyman has appeared again. Jay Electronica drops a guest verse on Emeli Sandè’s new single “Garden.”
Jay Electronica is asserting that his mythological new album is indeed dropping shortly. The MC took to Twitter to tell his fans to cop TIDAL because where else would his new music be available but on Jay Z’s streaming service?
Just Blaze is known for packing heat in his vaults when it comes to Polo, sneakers and apparently unreleased Jay Z music.
The enigmatic Jay Electronica took to Twitter to comment on some current events in Hip-Hop. The New Orleans’ rapper’s posts included offering apologies to Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent.