“The Minister told me to unite our people not divide them.”
In February, Jay Electronica dissed Kendrick Lamar on Periscope. At the time, he said, "Kendrick would tell you himself he couldn't body me. Kendrick is my son. Kendrick is my baby. Kendrick wishes he could be me." For good measure,Show More Summary
Remember when Jay Electronica dissed Kendrick and 50 Cent during a Periscope chat? Well, he’s sorry about that. Continue reading…
"We about to surprise attack y'all."
At a show in Minneapolis.
Brief run of shows kick off next week.
Aside from appearing in a short film and taking some jabs at Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent, Jay Electronica's been pretty quiet this year. Today, he's announced a short tour, slated to kick off next week and run through April. Find his itinerary below, along with a tour poster. There is still no word on Jay Electronica's long-forthcoming album. Show More Summary
During his hour-long set on DJcity's "MikiDz Show," Just Blaze shared a bunch of snippets and rarities from records he's worked on over the years. There's an original draft he made for Drake's "Lord Knows" and an unreleased snippet by Busta Rhymes & M.O.P. Show More Summary
Disses toward Drake and Jay Electronica, guest features, and LeBron James. Here's everything we know about Kendrick Lamar's surprise release.
We present our latest edition of Best Songs of the Week featuring new tracks from Vic Mensa, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and Jay Electronica. Continue reading…
If 50 Cent being unfamiliar with Jay Electronica weren’t evidence enough that he won’t be responding to Jay Elect’s Periscope slam or diss track, this should be proof positive. 50 Cent still has money troubles to attend to after filing for bankruptcy this past summer, and being hit with a $2 million lawsuit. He argued […]
Sounds like: Common, Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar Song: Jay Electronica - #TBE The Cures Of Mayweather What's so good? Jay Electronica's output is about as frequent as Kanye West saying he's sorry, so when a new tune drops it gets hip-hop fans...Show More Summary
Jay Electronica dropped a diss song called "TBE The Curse of Mayweather" aiming his vitriol at Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent. Continue reading…
"Ain't nobody safe no more."
"Aint nobody safe no more. Either you with me or against me."
Back in 2013, on the still-unreleased Big Sean song “Control (HOF),” Kendrick Lamar famously went nuts on everyone in rap — including New Orleans enigma Jay Electronica, who also rapped on the song. It must’ve stuck with Jay Elec. Last week, on social media, Jay Elec randomly bashed both Kendrick and 50 Cent: “Kendrick is […]
The rapper shares his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent.
Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage/Getty Images Recently, Jay Electronica dissed Kendrick Lamar on Periscope. Today, he dropped a new track called "#TBE The Curse of Mayweather" that continues his beef with the rapper by referencing his big night at the Grammys. “'He’s got 11 Grammy nominations, ya’ll not equal,’/ Man, fuck these white people. Show More Summary
“‘He’s got 11 Grammy nominations, ya’ll not equal,’ maaan, fuck these white people. my grandmother died at 82 scrubbing floors, and niggas still runnin around beggin for awards” “Is he Jedi or is he Sith? Is he Neo in The Matrix or Mr. Smith? I might be on Periscope getting pissed, talking reckless, contemplating all […]
Jay Electronica is back in the news; nope, it’s not anything about that mythical album. The New Orleans rapper was on Periscope, and used part of his time to throw shots at Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent. Continue