Sorry, no new material here. The highly reclusive Jay Electronica may not be dropping new music any time (though he promised… on many occasions) but he is starring in an upcoming film. The film in question, Into the Light, directed by Jason Goldwatch and produced by Mass Appeal, will be released in 2015 and is of the experimental variety. Meaning the plot synopsis isn’t quite clear, but what really is with Jay Elec nowadays? Watch the trailer for Into the Light after the jump.
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Jay Elec, Jay Elec, Jay Elec -- where to begin? How about the fact that this dude has been teasing at new music for like -- I don't even know -- almost a decade now? He's also (reportedly) got some documentary film in the works, which is probably never gonna see the light of day. And now we've got a new, well, leaked track from Jay Electronica entitled "Man Up." Apparently this track dates back to George W. Bush's first term in office, which would mean somewhere between the years 2001-2005. The track is also produced by Jay Elec. Listen to the leaked track, "Man Up," after the jump.
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