He's a good rapper, I'll give him that, but jesus man, you're not the second coming of Nasir Jones, so hop off yourself.
I would argue against that. His work stretches beyond the structure of music - similar to what Nas was able to capture through Illmatic.
Sure, Jay Electronica is only credited with a handful of official songs http://www.discogs.c...Jay Electronica
but he has around 40 tracks scattered throughout the internet - its just a matter of us taking the time to search for them. I remember someone asking him in an interview why he's taking so long to put an album out and he responded by saying that he's reached this level of success while working at his own pace, so why succumb to the pressures of the music industry and mindless fans who seem to prefer quantity over actual quality.
If we are willing to call ourselves fans of this man's work, then we must respect his space and mind for creativity. He is a brilliant writer. Instead of asking for more, why don't we take more time to decipher what we already have of his. Jay Electronica is a laureate of both metaphor and symbolism.