Jay Z Teaches Drake A Lesson On Jay Electronica’s ‘We Made It’: What We Learned

Hov responds to Drizzy's Rolling Stone jab on Jay Elec's new freestyle.

Jay Electronica doesn’t drop music very often, but when he does, the New Orleans MC packs more than hot rhymes into his tracks: He also teaches a lesson or two. Take his recent pairing alongside Roc Nation boss Jay Z on their “We Made It” freestyle. Here’s what we learned:

1. Hov Didn’t Appreciate Drake’s Rolling Stone Interview
Remember when Drake criticized Jay Z for his art-inspired raps in Rolling Stone? Yeah, Hov didn’t forget either, and he throws a line to the OVO spitter. “Sorry Mr. Drizzy for so much art talk/ Silly me rappin’ ’bout sh– that I bought,” Jigga raps.

2. He Also Reminds Drizzy That He’s On Another Level
When Jay Z sold Roc-A-Fella to Def Jam, the business-savvy MC was able to retain ownership of all of his master recordings. It’s a boast that most artists can’t make, including Drake. On Drizzy’s version of “We Made It,” he rapped about visiting Universal Records just to make sure they weren’t missing any payments; Jay, however, doesn’t have those problems. “I own my masters, you know I ain’t missing no royalty statements,” he raps, using Drake’s original rhyme style.

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