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Oh, Jay Elect. A bunch of hyped up tweets lead up to the once-a-year-like appearances from Erykah’s other half. Unlike what “Exhibit C” did, his new effort falls short for a couple reasons. Most of these reasons concern the beat and it’s distraction to the lyrics. For a man like Electronica, we need to have all eyes on the lyrics because we know, at least most of us do, that he’s really raw with his craft. In case the beat doesn’t do you justice, find his lyrics after the jump. Shouts to YN.

Update: Jay Elect spoke on the record via his Tumblr. Read about it after the jump.

Jay Electronica Ft. Mobb Deep – Call Of Duty

Previously: Jay Electronica – Act II: Patent Of Nobility (The Turn) [Ruff Demo]

i wouldn’t have believed it myself if i hadn’t experienced it.
within just 24 hours, i wrote a record to give away online, summoned the legendary Infamous Mobb Deep via out of the blue tweets and we released a record together. I became a trending topic Worldwide within 3 minutes of its release and actually penetrated radio. Just heard the news that the Great Zane Lowe will premiere the record in the United Kingdom tonight as ‘The Hottest Record In The World”.
All of the above is attempted daily by major music corporations who have teams of ppl spending excessive amounts of money and still fall short of the goal. My methodology is quite different, but we must agree… it works. and on a pretty consistent basis. with exponential growth. every. single. time.
i’d like to take this time to quote my mom …”thats pretty damn good son!”
i guess it is.
and this isn’t even a single.
or even a song from my album.
its just a dope ass beat, with some (extra) dope rhymes from me and 2 of My favorite hip hop artists of all time, who woke up yesterday not even knowing they’d be on a record with me a few hours later.
Look at the atmosphere all in a stir.
if i were a younger me, right now is probably where i would say, “dog, look around. I’m the fucking man ouchea”
good thing I’m striving to grow.
i wouldn’t have believed it myself if i hadn’t experienced it.
I am Thankful and Grateful for This Blessing Filled Journey

You know the story…
When Real see Real
We recognize
When you see the steel flash
You petrified
Steve Jobs seen death after just retiring
Takes Vision to Build
God Bless the Dead,
That’s Mac, That’s Pac, That’s Pun, That’s Big.
Shit,

Niggas know the Sunshine Eternal
I burn slow like Disco Inferno
Burn slow like blunts with yayo

I went from Myspace to the top of the food chain
The Sperm hit the Egg like a missle then 9 months later The Celebratory News came
Exhibit C gave the Whole world a mood change

Electronic
Niggas call my album detox
Cause they know I’m finna bring the next chronic

RocNation ColeWorld
Its a wrap nigga
Put yo diamonds in the sky take that nigga

To whom it may concern
If it’s hate
Wait your turn
Dig a crate
Make a urn

Please God tell Flex drop a bomb on me
Tell the Minister to tattoo the Quran on me
before the men in black try to pin a crime on me
and rupert murdock and his goons get to lyin on me

The Lord is my Shepherd
so tell the Royal Family to order my records
And spread em cross europe in a organized method
We could heal the planet with a organized effort
The Jews and the Christians and the Muslims and the buddhist and the Seiks, and scientologists is all of my brethren
Play this on radio
You never heard another nigga say this on the radio
We made it out the ghettio
Brunch with the Rothchilds
Dinner with the Carters
Jay Electstopthepress
Criticalest Artist

 

   
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