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New Music: Jay Electronica – Road To Perdition

March 7, 2015 · Posted in Music · Comment 

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Jay Electronica officially releases his new song “Road To Perdition” after it leaked online. The track features a sample from Jay-Z. Take a listen below.

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Common – Kingdom (Remix) (Ft Vince Staples & Jay Electronica)

September 25, 2014 · Posted in Music, remix · Comment 

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Common officially releases the ‘Kingdom’ remix featuring Vince Staples and Jay Electronica. Take a listen below.

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Jay Electronica & Jay Z – We Made It (Freestyle)

March 23, 2014 · Posted in Music · Comment 

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Jay Electronica surprises the world with a freestyle over “We Made It” featuring none other than Jay-Z. Take a listen to the heat below.

Jay Electronica Ft LaTonya Givens – Better In Tune With The Infinite

March 16, 2014 · Posted in Music · Comment 

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Jay Electronica has reappeared with this new song called “Better In Tune With The Infinite”. It features LaTonya Givens. Check it out below.

Rapsody – Jedi Code (Ft Phonte & Jay Electronica)

August 20, 2013 · Posted in Music · Comment 

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Rapsody gives us this new 9th wonder produced track called “Jedi Code” featuring Phonte and Jaye Electronica. Take a listen below and let me know what you think?

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Mixtape: DJ Eric Kidd – Who’s In Control? (The Kendrick Lamar Responses)

August 17, 2013 · Posted in covers, downloads, exclusive, giveaway, mixtapes, Music, up-and-coming · 1 Comment 

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This last week in Hip-Hop has been a blessing to be around for. It like an earthquake has been hit for the genre and its only the beginning. For those who been living under a rock, west-coast rapper and TDE’s frontman, Kendrick Lamar, blessed the mic with one of the most historic verses in Hip-Hop for the new generation. Big Sean decided to release a record entitled “Control” featuring himself, Jay Electronica & K. Dot.

The controversy started when Kendrick explained to people on his verse that he’s the “King Of New York” and letting his fellow rapper-friends (in cordial terms) he wants their careers to be irrelevant. When the song was released, many rappers thought it was only right to respond to Mr. Lamar. Scholarich Music Group & KillerHipHop.com’s own DJ Eric Kidd decided to make it easier for you by compiling all the responses into one.

Tracklist and Download After The Jump

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