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Video: Young Guru Interview w/ The Hip-Hop Chronicle in London

“I probably have 4 or 5 albums of unreleased Jay-Z stuff”

Sumit from the Hip-Hop Chronicle runs up on Young Guru again, this time in London, and gets some more information out of him about working on Jay Electronica’s album, the album itself, how Electronica made him reconsider quitting rap, an unreleased Hov song called “Hello Young Lady”, another joint Jay recorded with Mavado called “Honor Hov”, how he had to force Jay to finish “Lyrical Excercise” and how he wanted to change his verse on “Already Home”.

Previously: Young Guru Interview w/ The Hip-Hop Chronicle | Sade feat. Jay-Z – The Moon And The Sky (Remix) [prod. Noah “40” Shebib]


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53 Responses to “Video: Young Guru Interview w/ The Hip-Hop Chronicle in London”

  1. 456 Says:

    props. one of the best interviews in awhile.

  2. GMLLZ Says:

    yea that was a quality interview

  3. Hoskins Says:

    Check his other interview too, both really candid

  4. Harlem World Says:

    young guru >>>

    i hope i get to hear that jay x movado track

  5. mcb Says:

    yeah i usualyl think interviews are meh, but this was really good.

    thanks to Young Guru’s answers/speaking. that dude interviewing him got long, quality answers from some questions that artist answer in like 30 seconds

  6. secondbest21 Says:

    i really don’t give a shit how many unreleased songs he has with Jay if he’s not releasing any of it…

  7. GMLLZ Says:

    3-run HR…lets get it.

    Eric Chavez & Andruw Jones great offseason pickups>>>>>>

  8. GMLLZ Says:

    Russell Martin too….ballin>>>>>>

  9. g7 Says:

    as an engineer is there anything Young Guru does that separates him from others?

  10. Nahkeem Olajuwon Says:

    g7 Says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 2:46 pm
    as an engineer is there anything Young Guru does that separates him from others?

    ^^^

    Associating himself with Hov probably hasn’t hurt

  11. Nahkeem Olajuwon Says:

    (II)

  12. Danny Ocean Says:

    if you ain’t got it you ain’t got it

    the theory is brilliant

  13. PG-DC Says:

    THE XXX TRUTH.

  14. PG-DC Says:

    Most of Hov’s unreleased shyt be having raw gems uncut diamonds… I think the shyt doesn’t get released a lot of times because it doesn’t serve Hov’s corporate interest or it can’t be marketed alongside an endorsement or business venture.

    And just like my analysis on my website about Jay-Z’s Armand de Brignac venture, shyt suggests that dude has a lot of not so obvious endorsements that he strategically places within the music…. All his raps have to be gateway to those bigger bucks/ purposes.

  15. mcb Says:

    maybe hov will release a bunch near the real end of his career….

    try and make his own illlost tapes

  16. b-ease Says:

    Shout out Young Guru. HU all day.

  17. hl Says:

    mcb Says:

    maybe hov will release a bunch near the real end of his career….

    try and make his own illlost tapes

    ^That has potential.

  18. hl Says:

    “I probably have 4 or 5 albums of unreleased Jay-Z stuff”

    ^lies

  19. Danny Ocean Says:

    leftfield: words with friends is wildly overrated

  20. NovemberEnd Says:

    “I probably have 4 or 5 albums of unreleased Jay-Z stuff”

    ^lies
    ^^^
    According witness who claim that Shawn can record 3 verses for a song before a R Kelly music video finishes…

    If true 4-5 album worth of S.Dot music doesn’t sound outrageous

  21. hl Says:

    @Nov I just find it hard to believe he has 70 Jay-Z songs the world has never heard before. Sounds like exaggeration.

  22. NovemberEnd Says:

    @h1

    Salaam Remi and Large Professor claim Nas has a shitload of unreleased music…no one heard

    If you keep your circle tight and archive everything in one place, its difficult for unsanctioned records to leak

  23. clarenceD Says:

    yo, Childish Gambino is nice..

  24. Danny Ocean Says:

    Hov is 40 years old. has 11 albums and been recording songs for the better part of two decades.

    70 unreleased tracks seems low, if anything.

  25. mcb Says:

    “never enough,
    roll up the ganja and puff,
    then i compopse my notes liek Gamble & Huff”
    -ALC

  26. PG-DC Says:

    Danny Ocean Says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 3:55 pm
    Hov is 40 years old. has 11 albums and been recording songs for the better part of two decades.

    70 unreleased tracks seems low, if anything.
    ———-

    Court Adjourned.

  27. &What?! Says:

    Watched an ill hip-hop documentary on BBC last night named ‘Backstage’ (nh) it showed the likes of Ja Rule, DMX, Ja, DJ Clue, Dame, Redman, Method man, Beanie Sigel, Busta and others on some huge US tour in 2000 roughly. Had dope interviews and loads of footage of freestyles an’ shit. DMX and Jay freestyling at the same time an’ shit.

  28. &What?! Says:

    1999 Hard Knock Life tour it was

  29. mcb Says:

    &What?! Says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 4:35 pm
    Watched an ill hip-hop documentary on BBC last night named ‘Backstage’ (nh) it showed the likes of Ja Rule, DMX, Ja, DJ Clue, Dame, Redman, Method man, Beanie Sigel, Busta and others on some huge US tour in 2000 roughly. Had dope interviews and loads of footage of freestyles an’ shit. DMX and Jay freestyling at the same time an’ shit.

    ^^^
    word im a look for that, thanks

  30. &What?! Says:

    word im a look for that, thanks

    ^

    Look on Amazon, they have it in stock and can give a synopsis etc

  31. why? Says:

    *Steps up to the microphone*
    *adjusts tie*
    *coughs*

    Ready to Die > Illmatic

  32. JJ Evans Says:

    Danny Ocean Says:
    April 9th, 2011 at 3:55 pm

    Hov is 40 years old. has 11 albums and been recording songs for the better part of two decades.

    70 unreleased tracks seems low, if anything.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    This for all you idiots.

  33. mcb Says:

    why? Says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 5:10 pm
    *Steps up to the microphone*
    *adjusts tie*
    *coughs*

    Ready to Die > Illmatic

    ^^^

    I… maybe.. i mean…

    *ponders*

  34. &What?! Says:

    Ready to Die > Illmatic

    ^

    Easily.

  35. The Cool Says:

    Mcb
    47 mins ago
    &What?! Says:

    April 9th, 2011 at 4:35 pm
    Watched an ill hip-hop documentary on BBC last night named ‘Backstage’ (nh) it showed the likes of Ja Rule, DMX, Ja, DJ Clue, Dame, Redman, Method man, Beanie Sigel, Busta and others on some huge US tour in 2000 roughly. Had dope interviews and loads of footage of freestyles an’ shit. DMX and Jay freestyling at the same time an’ shit.

    ^

    Got me on tape, Hardknock Life tour me hugging ya moms © Jadakiss

  36. The Cool Says:

    Ready to Die > Illmatic

    ^

    Its close either way but Life after death & it was written are better than both of them.

  37. david blackham Says:

    Ready to Die > Illmatic

    ^

    naw

  38. D_block_4_life Says:

    Ready to Die > Illmatic
    ^
    RD > Illmatic

  39. stot Says:

    life after death > ___________

  40. stot Says:

    if there can be such thing as a perfect hip hop album, life after death would be it

  41. JJ Evans Says:

    D_block_4_life Says:
    April 9th, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    Ready to Die > Illmatic
    ^
    RD > Illmatic
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    LMAO, ya effin’ funny!

    Illmatic > Hip Hop

    It’s greatest hip hop album ever. No discussion.

  42. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Dominique Dawes >>>>

  43. Harlem World Says:

    # Tong Po Flo Says:
    April 9th, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    Dominique Dawes >>>>

    ^
    nah b . find another throwback athlete

    dominique dawes will forever be the wifey i never had

  44. jerry nice Says:

    Diggy’s verse on that Cons song “Im VIP” is viscious, and I mean for anyone.

  45. jerry nice Says:

    Vicious*

  46. Jz Says:

    Life after death

    ————-

    overrated album.

  47. Harlem World Says:

    covert coupe….

  48. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    &What?!
    3 hrs, 26 mins ago
    Watched an ill hip-hop documentary on BBC last night named ‘Backstage’ (nh) it showed the likes of Ja Rule, DMX, Ja, DJ Clue, Dame, Redman, Method man, Beanie Sigel, Busta and others on some huge US tour in 2000 roughly. Had dope interviews and loads of footage of freestyles an’ shit. DMX and Jay freestyling at the same time an’ shit.

    ^LMAO

    This shot made me laugh hysterically. Was that seriously your first time hearing about that bro?

    I be gettin up on shit late too, so I know how it is.

  49. eskay Says:

    Saturday night and instead of living his life, Jihad is thinking about me again

    http://twitter.com/#!/ZipSquad_JihaD/status/56871672782929921

    damn, when will this nigga get off my fucking dick.

    I will never in my life reply to you on Twitter pussy, find another publicity stunt to get your followers up.

    niggas is pathetic b.

  50. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Nah’sOnlyWhiteBoy says:
    April 9, 2011 at 8:13 pm
    RNS – keep my name out ya mouth. I got goons all around the US. Fuckn skeletor ass goons. Dudes will cut you up if you so much as make eye coNtact. Dudes wear masks when they go to the grocery store. Fuckn gargoyles

    ^NOWB is a fool, LMAO.

    This is pretty classic.

  51. Suvio-Blue Says:

    “road 2 riches” off Cocainism >>>>>>

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