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Jay Electronica Announces New Zealand Show

Jay Electronica Announces New Zealand Show

Thursday 14th May, 2015 2:44PM

Hip hop artist Jay Electronica is heading to New Zealand for a special one-off show at the Kings Arms in Auckland. The New Orleans native has been steadily building a name for himself since jumping onto the scene in 2007 with the release of Act 1: The Eternal Sunshine and since then has joined forces with the likes of Jay-Z, Common, Big Sean and many more. Here are the details for his upcoming show on these shores...

Jay Electronica
Wednesday 29th July, Kings Arms, Auckland - CANCELLED

Here is Jay Electronica teamed up with Jay-Z on recent release 'Road To Perdition'...


Paint It Gold, Niche and Noisey present Jay Electronica.
Wednesday July 29, Kings Arms.
Tickets from Dash Tickets

Enigmatic rapper-producer JAY ELECTRONICA will visit New Zealand for an intimate headline show this July – bringing his incendiary talent to Auckland’s Kings Arms.

Long held as one of hip-hop’s most progressive figures, Jay Electronica has commanded unwavering respect and curiosity since emerging from obscurity with his 2007 mixtape, Act 1: Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge) – a 15-minute opus based on instrumental samples lifted from Jon Brion’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind soundtrack. The release of his singles ‘Exhibit A’ and ‘Exhibit C’ – both collaborations with legendary producer Just Blaze – swept the nomadic rapper even further into the spotlight: leading to acclaim from music press worldwide, a public endorsement from Kanye West and, in 2010, the announcement that Electronica was to be the latest signee to Jay Z’s record label Roc Nation.

Since then, the world has eagerly awaited a debut album release from the rapper-producer, catching further glimpses of his singular voice through feature appearances on tracks by Common, Big Sean, Curren$y and Mac Miller, amongst many others.

Don’t miss out on your chance to take in Jay Electronica: an undeniable and unyielding talent.


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