Jay Electronica Says He’s Sitting On Many Albums Worth Of Music, Elaborates On Drug Use (Video)

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The always elusive Jay Electronica hit the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards red carpet leading up to his performance of “Kingdom Remix,” alongside Common and Vince Staples. MTV News was able to speak to the Roc Nation artist about the latest developments surrounding his long-awaited Act II: Patents Of Nobility (The Turn) and his drug use.

Beginning with the stuff on drugs, Jay clarifies that this Summer when he admitted to “drug abuse,” he was referring to casual, recreational drugs. Since gaining Knowledge Of Self, the New Orleans, Louisiana MC/producer (who sported his gold fronts) says that he’s been in control of his vices.

Then Jay E updates with the latest on Act II, saying that he’s recorded “many albums” worth of material, which Jay Z allegedly has. The veteran without an album grows frustrated with the further questioning, but seemingly alludes that the evasive album is coming:

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