Well, this is a surprise!! Jay Electronica and Jay Z randomly decided to release a new freestyle over “We Made It”. Hov even sends a little shot at Drake. Ha!
Well here’s an unreleased collaboration between Daft Punk and Jay Z called “Computerized”, rumored to be produced by Kanye West. There’s no info on it, don’t know where it came from, and what it was intended for, so obviously its an unintended leak.
And says he didn’t change his verse because he’s not a “hoe ass n*gga.”
Hov was forced to sell his shares in the Brooklyn Nets so he could launch his Roc Nation Sports management agency to avoid a conflict of interest. But its obvious he’s still rockin’ w/ the team he helped put on the map…..check him and Roc Nation soldier Ty Ty courtside at the Barclay’s Arena Saturday night for the Bulls game.
Dame Dash sits down w/ the follks at The Combat Jack show for a very in depth interview talking about everything from Jay-Z to Aaliyah, to his son being a DJ, why he was such an asshole and more. Click HERE to listen.
Jay-Z assembles an all-star cast for the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby. The Roc Nation mogul, who serves as executive producer of the film and soundtrack, has worked closely with writer/producer/director Baz Luhrmann on the eclectic project over the past two years, blending the Jazz Age sensibility of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel with hip-hop and traditional jazz.
“The Great Gatsby is that classic American story of one’s introduction to extravagance, decadence, and illusion,” said Jay-Z. “It’s ripe for experimentation and ready to be interpreted with a modern twist. The imagination Baz brought to Moulin Rouge! made it a masterpiece, and Romeo + Juliet’s score wasn’t just in the background; the music became a character. This film’s vision and direction has all the makings of an epic experience.”
Jay-Z’s own “No Church in the Wild” is included in the film, along with a new song entitled “100$ Bill.” The first single will be the haunting “Young and Beautiful” by Lana Del Rey.
The diverse lineup also includes original music from Fergie, Q Tip, Florence + The Machine, and will.i.am. Beyoncé and André 3000 duet on a cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black,” Emeli Sandé remakes Beyoncé’s “Crazy in Love,” and Jack White reinterprets U2′s “Love Is Blindness.”
The soundtrack arrives on May 7, while the movie hits theaters on May 10. See the tracklisting and hear a clip of “Back to Black” in the trailer below.
The Great Gatsby Soundtrack
1. “100$ Bill” – Jay-Z
Hip hop fans have been obsessed with Illuminati rumors for the past few years now. Roc Nation rapper J. Cole admitted in a recent interview that he was one of those people convinced every upper-echelon rapper was a part of some evil secret society prior to joining Jay-Z’s label.
“You know, it’s crazy. Before I got a deal and became apart of the industry, I was one of those people,” Cole told The Smoking Section. “Like, I wasn’t on it all the time, but I’m a conspiracy theorist. Like, I believed those videos. So there were times where I’d look at a video that’s like, ‘Jay-Z, a member of The Illuminati!’ and I would be like, ‘Ohhhh! Like, yoooo! How is…’ and then you meet him, and you see how things work and you’re like, ‘Nah, man. That’s bogus.’ That’s somebody who’s so far away from the truth and what’s actually happening, just creating something. They’re probably high. But nah, it’s not true.”
The fish sandwich arrives. Conversation turns to the schoolboy who was shot to death, Trayvon Martin — “It’s really heartbreaking, that that still can happen in this day and age” — and, soon after, to Obama: “I’ve said the election of Obama has made the hustler less relevant.” When he first made this point, “People took it in a way that I was almost dismissing what I am. And I was like: no, it’s a good thing!” He didn’t have Obama growing up, only the local hustler. “No one came to our Continue reading
While Jay-Z may have his hands full with playing the role of father, husband and entertainer, the Brooklyn Nets minority owner reportedly is a devoted executive who previously helped star point guard Deron Williams find a place to live.
According to Nets general manager Billy King, Young Hov shares an off-court bond with team players like Williams.