Sitting down with Vlad TV, Just Blaze addresses Jay Electronica’s album delay and admits that he has nothing to do with any setbacks. In fact, Just makes it very clear that Jay Electronica basically does whatever he want’s and operates at his own pace. However, the producer does reassure fans that Electronica is definitely in a creative zone and still moving forward on eventually releasing his debut album. Before heading out Just Blaze also fills DJ Vlad in by explaining that the album for the most part is put together and done.
Vibe catches up with Jay Electronica all the way out in Croatia and gets his thoughts on Big Sean’s “Control.” Surprisingly, Jay Elec admits that apparently he was going to use the track for his upcoming album Act II: Patents of Nobility which still does not have a solid release date and at this point with fans has become sort of a myth. See what Electronica had to say on the matter and more below.
Big Sean sent the internet into a frenzy after debuting a new track titled “Control” featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica. Though every MC delivered their respective verse, Lamar definitely stole the show after crowning himself the king of New York and aiming his sights on several big name artists such as J. Cole, Drake, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky and more. At one point in the song the Compton native raps, “I’m usually homeboys with the same n*ggas I’m rhyming with/But this is Hip Hop and them n*ggas should know what time it is.” Though Lamar’s lyrics only appear to be competitively driven, don’t be surprised if one of the rappers referenced in the lyrical assault capitalizes on the opportunity to go bar for bar with the Hip Hop star.
Twitter has been blowing up since Funkmaster Flex premiered the new track. Big Sean also provided some insight behind the song when he clarified that due to sample clearing issues, “Control” was unable to make the final track list on Hall Of Fame and subsequently was leaked for our listening pleasure. As if the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s latest offering couldn’t get any better, Jay Electronica decides to show-up and deliver a memorable verse. Take a listen to what all the fuss is about below.
Mac Miller decides to unveil another track off his anticipated upcoming album Watching Movies With The Sound Off with “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes” featuring the elusive MC Jay Electronica. Miller takes the wheel on the production under his alias Larry Fisherman as the two artists drop a lyrical tirade over an odd and spooky type of instrumental which coincides appropriately with the projects cinematic direction. Interestingly enough, Mac continues to deliver his new music directly to his fans via the internet and live performances rather than using traditional methods such as narrowing a single and working radio spins.