Jay Z, J. Cole Join Jay Electronica at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival
The Roc was in the building at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday. Jay Electronica celebrated the 10th anniversary by bringing out some special guests during his headlining set.
Mac Miller joined the New Orleans rapper for “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes,” and J. Cole and Talib Kweli thrilled the crowd with their collaboration “Just Begun.”
But the real surprise was when his Roc Nation boss, Jay Z, blessed the stage.
“Feels good to be home,” said Hov, who was headed to his “On the Run” concert with Beyoncé at MetLife Stadium.
The two performed “Shiny Suit Theory,” “We Made It (Freestyle),” “Young, Gifted, & Black,” and “Public Service Announcement.”
“Put your diamonds in the sky and let it be known from this day forward, this is the new black national anthem,” said Jay Electronica.
Before leaving, Jay Z took off his Five-Percent Nation chain and handed it to Jay E.
J. Cole and Talib Kweli