I’m rounding up my favourite songs of 2020 and this episode of Lily Radio is a list of my favourite US Rap tracks, including Benny the Butcher, Youngboy Never Broke Again, Lil Durk and more. Let me know your top tunes in the comments… Lily Radio is a round up of a playlist featuring my […]
Artist: Jay Electronica Project: Act II: The Patents of Nobility [Album Stream] Via OnSmash.
Artist: Jay Electronica Project: A Written Testimony (WTT2) Via OnSmash.
#HowGreat Official Video featuring my cousin Nicole. Shot on iPhone. Lock yo screen pic.twitter.com/KqDy5hqv68 — Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) October 20, 2016 Artist: Chance the Rapper ft Jay Electronica & Francis & the Lights Song: How Great Producer: The Social Experiment Project: Coloring Book Director: Austin Vesely Via 2DopeBoyz.
If you’ve been following the photo diaries I’ve been uploading to my blog recently, you will have seen snapshots of my trips to Cyprus and New York. The latest photo set is from last Autumn in London. Stay tuned for another Travel Diary later this month! Previously: Diary: New York December ’15.
Just in time for the weekend, Jay Electronica releases a musical unicorn titled, Road To Perdition. Featuring vocals from Jay Z, the song should hopefully appease fans that give the rapper a hard time for taking a hiatus from releasing music. Via The Fader.
There’s no doubt that anything produced by these two minds will be amazing. Here’s what Jason Goldwatch had to say on the Into the Light video… 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, […]
Say what you want about Jay Electronica but he definitely knows how to have the blogosphere eating out of the palm of his hand. Here’s another featured verse from the Rap Unicorn on Minutes of Moog by The New Royales. Via NahRight.
New single from Jay Electronica. I repeat: new single from Jay Electronica. That piano has been looping through my brain all day. Via SoulCulture.
J. Period has enlisted the help of none other than Jay Electronica for a feature on In The System, from Period‘s latest mixtape #MARCH9REVISITED, which was released to commemorate the anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.‘s passing. Listen to In The System and the whole #MARCH9REVISITED mixtape in its entirety below. Words by Patrick Swift. Via Okayplayer.
In the wake of the controversy that surrounded Kendrick Lamar’s verse on Control, Jay Electronica has revealed that he planned to use it on his forthcoming album… Whilst he was enjoying himself at Croatia’s Outlook Festival, Jay Electronica quickly caught up with Vibe to shed some more light on the whole Control situation. Jay said: “When [Big Sean] told me it […]
Kendrick’s Control verse may have been just enough to get his latest album past the millionth sale mark… good kid, m.A.A.d city has gone platinum, and yes, Kendrick Lamar’s outspoken, controversial verse on Big Sean’s Control probably had a lot to do with it. The album was only #52 on the Billboard charts the week prior to the whole Control […]
After dropping a number of tracks in recent weeks, Rapsody has finally released her She Got Game mixtape. Hosted by DJ Drama, the mixtape features the likes of Mac Miller, Jay Electronica, Ab-Soul, Raekwon, Chance The Rapper and more. Check out She Got Game below. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com Via Ashley […]
Rapsody‘s She Got Game mixtape drops today. To celebrate, she has released this cut from the project early; the Phonte and Jay Electronica featuring Jedi Code. Check the track out below. Via 2DopeBoyz.
In the wake of Big Sean’s Control going viral, the Detroit MC has stated that he thinks his verse goes “harder” than Kendrick Lamar’s… Kendrick Lamar’s verse was undoubtedly the one that caused the most commotion, but in an interview with Vibe, Big Sean has said that he thinks his verses are stronger than those of Kendrick […]
Gotta love Kendrick’s honesty! He keeps the rap industry from getting stagnant. It’s ok, you can skip Big Sean’s verse. Kendrick starts at the 3min mark. Via Soul Culture.