Sosa hops on the new Dilla produced Nas loosie, “The Season”. I need somebody to blend this with the Nas and Jay Electronica versions immediately. Previously: A-Villa ft. AZ, Havoc, Freeway & Macie Stewart – A Day In The Life
Sounds like: Nneka, Nina Simone, Zaki Ibrahim Song: Jay Electronica - Better In Tune With The Infinite (Ibeyi Cover) What's so good? These mesmerizing Cuban/Parisian twins are the epitome of talent. Drawing influences form a multitude...Show More Summary
Even with no albums to his name, the MC continues to prove his worth.
After teasing their first single “Courtesy”, Royce and DJ Premier reveal the artwork and tracklisting for thier PRhyme LP. As it turns out, they’ve got guest appearances from the likes of Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, Jay Electronica and Common, as well as the entire Slaughterhouse. Check it out below, along with a proper stream of “Courtesy”. […]
The A3C music festival took over the city of Atlanta this past week and our boy Jay Electronica made his way down to the Duck Down showcase/BBQ for a rousing performance of a number of his crowd pleasers. Above, check out a clip of highlights from his set including a tribute to J Dilla and […]
The enigmatic rap mystic Jay Electronica still hasn’t found the time to record an album, but he has carved out the room in his schedule to travel around the world to make an experimental film called Into The Light. Jay Elec made the movie with the rap video director Jason Goldwatch, and while the trailer [...]
Jay Electronica and director Jason Goldwatch have released the official trailer for their upcoming collaborative film, Into the Light. Captured several years ago when they traveled to the other side of the world to embrace the culture and… Watch the Official Trailer for Jay Electronica and Jason Goldwatch’s ‘Into the Light’ is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Jason Goldwatch presents a trailer for an upcoming film from Jay Electronica documenting Jay’s trip to the Far East back in 2007. Traveling across strange lands, we were invited to attend sacred ceremonies of sacrifice and parading celebrations of ancient descent. We trekked together towards the horizon and explored crowded monasteries, solitary mountain top temples, […]
Common rattles off a roll-call in this new NBA ad announcing the beginning of the new season on October 28th. Previously: Common ft. Jay Electronica & Vince Staples – Kingdom (Remix)
Sounds like: Sene, Jay Electronica, Talib Kweli Song: Nas - Reach Out (DJ Hot Day Remix) What's so good? Disclaimer: I'm basically stealing this from Passion Of The Weiss contributor Harold Stallworth. Nas' Life Is Good album wasn't...Show More Summary
Veteran rapper Common, who put out the new album Nobody's Smiling earlier this year and recently brought out Jay Electronica and Vince Staples in Chicago for the remix of the new LP's track "Kingdom" (which is out now and...
Common recruits Electronica and Vince Staples for a rework of his Nobody's Smiling single.
Sounds like: Nas, Kendrick Lamar Song: Common - Kingdom (Ft. Vince Staples & Jay Electronica) What's so good? While Nobody's Smiling didn't quite bring Common back the way us longtime fans had been hoping, the album did produce "Kingdom,"...Show More Summary
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After teasing it live in the Chi, Com let’s the studio version of the Kingdom Remix featuring Jay Electronica and Vince Staples fly. Previously: Lil Herb ft. Common & Chance The Rapper – Fight Or Flight (Remix)
On the red carpet at the taping of the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards last night, MTV caught up with Jay Electronica and asked him about the drug use he revealed a couple of months back and the status of his long delayed debut album. About Jay-Z’s input on the project, he says Hov has been […]
Last night at the first ever AAHH! Fest in Chicago, Common was joined on-stage by Jay Electronica and Vince Staples to debut their remix to “Kingdom”. Previously: Kanye West Makes a Surprise Appearance at AAHH! Fest in Chicago