Just Blaze Plays Unreleased Jay Z & Jay Electronica During 2-Hour DJ Set

Posted by , Mar 13, 2016 at 12:00am

Watch Just Blaze's DJ set for the MikiDz Show, during which he drops unreleased cuts from Jay Z, Jay Electronica, and more.


Legendary producer Just Blaze has been mostly absent from the production game for the past few years, at least with regard to the mainstream, but best believe he's remained active in music, and in the art of DJing especially. Blaze was selected as the latest DJ to perform live for DJcity's MikiDz Show, and his set was filled with exclusives, including unheard tracks from Jay Z and Jay Electronica

DJcity reported on some of the highlights of Blaze's nearly 2-hour performance, all of which you can catch in the above video. The exclusive joints Blaze let loose included a track taken from the recording sessions for Jay Z's The Blueprint 3 as well as an unheard Jay Electronica track titled "Exhibit G." The only two "Exhibits" Electronica has put out are "A" and "C," both released in 2009 and both produced by Just Blaze. Chances are Blaze has a whole lot more unreleased Electronica material on his hard drive. 

The New Jersey beatman also played a version -- apparently the "original" -- of Drake and Rick Ross' "Lord Knows" as well as an untitled instrumental that's meant for Jeezy -- perhaps an indication of Blaze's return to making big-time industry beats.  

Watch Just Blaze's DJ set for the MikiDz Show, during which he drops unreleased cuts from Jay Z, Jay Electronica, and more.

Legendary producer Just Blaze has been mostly absent from the production game for the past few years, at least with regard to the mainstream, but best believe he's remained active in music, and in the art of DJing especially. Blaze was selected as the latest DJ to perform live for DJcity's MikiDz Show, and his set was filled with exclusives, including unheard tracks from Jay Z and Jay Electronica

DJcity reported on some of the highlights of Blaze's nearly 2-hour performance, all of which you can catch in the above video. The exclusive joints Blaze let loose included a track taken from the recording sessions for Jay Z's The Blueprint 3 as well as an unheard Jay Electronica track titled "Exhibit G." The only two "Exhibits" Electronica has put out are "A" and "C," both released in 2009 and both produced by Just Blaze. Chances are Blaze has a whole lot more unreleased Electronica material on his hard drive. 

The New Jersey beatman also played a version -- apparently the "original" -- of Drake and Rick Ross' "Lord Knows" as well as an untitled instrumental that's meant for Jeezy -- perhaps an indication of Blaze's return to making big-time industry beats.  

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