It’s a beautiful sight when your favorite Hip-Hop stars come together to bring you an unforgettable show.
One of Hip-Hop’s most prominent lyricists Jay Electronica graced the stage yesterday at the 10th anniversary of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. The event, which was put together by Brooklyn Bodega, was headlined by Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon, as well as Electronica.
The Roc Nation MC was accompanied by big names, including Pittsburgh native Mac Miller. Miller joined Electronica on stage to perform “Suplexes inside of Complexes and Duplexes,” a collaborative effort on Miller’s latest album, Watching Movies with the Sound Off.
An always spontaneous Mac Miller caught the case of the chokes and soon broke out into an unscripted freestyle. J. Cole and Talib Kweli later hopped on stage, performing their Reflection Eternal collaboration ‘Just Begun’.
What’s a Brooklyn Hip-Hop show without the one and only Jay Z? That’s right. Taking a short break before his second show for On The Run at the MetLife, Jigga Man made an appearance at the festival and performed their recent hit freestyle for We Made It. Jay also took us back and performed the hit classic Public Service Announcement (P.S.A).
Click here to watch the performances and check out a few more photos below.