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
Including a performance of "Clique" with Common, Jay Electronica, and Vince Staples.
New hip-hop festival promises performances by Dave Chappelle, Jay Electronica, De La Soul, and a "special surprise guest."
Here’s a teaser for Revolt’s upcoming coverage of last month’s epic Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, which debuts this Thursday at 9:30 ESt. Previously: Jay Electronica Talks Sobriety at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival
Here’s some wisdom knowledge for those of y’all on swirl watch. Jay Electronica Moves Out Of London Rental, Kate Rothschild Moves Next Door To Former In-Laws Jay Electronica is no longer with British heiress according to international gossip reports.
Sounds like: Deadprez, Mos Def, Jay Electronica Song: J. Cole - Be Free What's so good? Indie Shuffle may not be the best place social commentary, but it is a platform nonetheless. Ferguson, MO has been deep into a de facto state of martial law for several days now. Show More Summary
Jay Electronica caused quite a stir earlier this month at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival by bringing out not only Jay Z for an electric surprise performance, but the Nation of Islam as well. The decision to do wasn’t necessarily a shocking one by MC Recluse (a personal name for Electronica) off the strength he has been heavily pushing the N.O.I.
Controversial emcee puts Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and everyone else on notice.
Jay Electronica made his triumphant return to the spotlight this past weekend with a highly anticipated guest appearance at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. During his set he solidified his spot as one of the most important MCs in the game who’s never dropped an LP by bringing Jay-Z out for the Brooklyn crowd. In the […]
Last weekend, during the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Fest, Jay Electronica brought out Jay Z (who recently performed nearby on the fantastic-looking On The Run tour with Beyoncé) to an explosion of excitement from the audience. It was a total surprise, and even better, it wasn’t just a verse or a quick cameo — Jay (Z, that [...]
Jay Z surprised the Brooklyn Hip Hop Fest crowd last weekend during Jay Electronica‘s headlining set. Jay Z also made the impromptu set feel like a proper homecoming, having been raised in Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects. “Feels so good to be home!” he yelled to the crowd. Still, watching Hov perform did feel a little surreal,... More »