by Steven J. Horowitz
The Based God brands the collaboration as "historical" and likens the results to "Exhibit C."
Lil B may have George Bush’d the button on hip-hop by naming the title of his upcoming LP I’m Gay. But fans that have come to love The Pack member’s hits like “Ellen DeGeneres” and “Justin Bieber” will get treated to a surprise from both him and New Orleans, Louisiana’s Jay Electronica.
The Based God has announced a joint EP with the Roc Nation signee, likening the feeling of “Exhibit C” to his hidden emotions. “If you listen to Jay Electronica's first mixtape that he had 'Exhibit C' on, and if you really listen to him, there's a lot of stuff that I feel in my heart are similarities,” he told MTV. "You know, like, subject matter. It's another level that we're in tune on, because we're here for the positivity and to make a change.”
While a release date is impending, B continued by describing the project as “historical.” “This project with Jay is gonna be very spiritual, very uplifting, very deep,” he continued. “It will be historical."
B will also release his controversial album I’m Gay later this year, while Jay Electronica is said to be working on his Roc Nation debut.