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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Jay Electronica's Debut 'Act II: Patents of Nobility LP' Ready for Release Date?...

TheVerdict: 

Act II: Patents Of Nobility, finally?  Does Anyone know if this is STILL the title?

Don't hold your breath people. Timothy has hyped his fans in a fashion similar to this before, around this time last year via Twitter. The underground hip-hop community of rap intellects have been pushing for Jay Electronica to make his debut mark in the mainstream ever since Nov. 12 2012, the day Jay-z announced he was officially part of Rocnation. And then...AND THEN!!!!.........Nothing. Jay Electronica has gotten more attention for expressing drunken horny lusting for Badu-Loving than for any thing musical, almost all of last year. 

It's a shame. This is the man who dropped one of the best song series this generation of rap, Exhibit A,B, & C (C being the best IMO). Hopefully fans haven't completely abandoned this project given their short attention span and lack of care for longevity in quality. Everything moves so fast that the tomorrow is now and the now is yesteryear. With that logic, one could assume that Jay Elect is more Hip-Hop's Classic than Hip-Hop's Hottest to most young listeners. I hope nothing prevents him from dropping off that album to studios tomorrow. Looking forward to hopefully a Summer/Fall release. Till then, follow Jay Electronica on twitter: @JayElectronica

If you think I'm not excited about this debut project, well, I have good reason to be reluctant .... *facepalm*



LEAVE A COMMENT, GET IT OFF YA CHESS!...Weezy

1 comment:

GN89 said...

pretty sure you got the date wrong on this.. Nov 12 2012 hasn't arrived yet, but have you heard any word on when the actual release date is?

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