Not complaining, we are big JayElec Fans over here, BUT!!
Are the we the only ones who wanna see what Nepali rappers have to offer instead of American rappers rapping in Nepal? #justsayin
So many unanswered questions, that we really don’t have have the time nor energy to search for**.
Why was this video released now? JayElec fans have had this song for at least 4 years?
I mean this could’ve been a bonus when the album *drops* [8 yrs from now lol].
I mean, did he feel some type of way about the video out of him recently was in his baby moms vid? LOL iight we gonna stop.
For all of the naysayers who still can’t seem to figure out why Jay Electronica is ill, I present you with Victory…The Mixtape [not to be confused with track of the same name which is also Track 17 on the tape...]
Starting out as they mean to go on in 2010, long time brethren DJ Furious Styles and DJ Dub have concocted a mixtape from one of today’s most anticipated MCs, Jay Electronica. Victory is not only a showcase of the New Orleans natives ability to control the mic but it is a wake up call to people who consider themselves lyricists. Jay Electronica is the epitome of an MC and this collection of tracks mixed by Justo winner DJ Furious Styles and the acclaimed DJ Dub (Child, Rebel, Soldier and Everyone Hates Chris) simply proves that Jay Electronica is carrying the torch for Hip-Hop right now.
“In the current state of music, an artist like Jay (Electronica) deserves the attention of anyone who even THINKS they like Hip-Hop. We’re not saying that he’s the savior but he’s been working on the humble for years and Exhibit C opened him up to the world. World, meet Jay Electronica…support his victory for Hip-Hop.” -DJ DUB
“I truly believe that everyman has a story and Jay Electronica’s story is definitely the current soundtrack to Hip-Hop. He makes the impossible seem possible. Dub and I wanted to share his soundtrack with those that were unfamiliar. Let’s welcome back the lyricists to Hip- Hop.” - DJ FURIOUS STYLES
When I hear a Jay Dee instrumental, no matter what it is, the only criticism that I have it that I wish it could play longer cause a 1 minute 30 seconds ain’t enough. If it were up to me, they’d all be at least 3 min, rapper or no rapper. Which brings me to “Gobstopper”**, an instrumental off of Donuts which held a special place in my heart. [lol, along with "Time"] When I first heard it I said, “Gee, I wish there was a song to this”