MTV caught up with Jay-Z to get some of his thoughts on Glastonbury and he also commented on what Amy Winehouse had to say about Ye:
However, when it came to fellow Glastonbury performer Amy Winehouse’s dis towards Jay’s friend Kanye West, the Jiggaman quipped he wanted to make peace.
“She said something about Kanye late on [in her set] but I didn’t hear it,” he said. “I don’t agree with it. He’s my brother and the biggest artist on Roc-A-Fella right now. … I guess I should hook them up because he’s a great guy, too. I don’t know what the problem is. I don’t know where that came from.”
Big Brother saw me at the bottom of the totem, now I’m at the top and everybody on the scrotum. Jay also took the chance further to speak a bit on what he started on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, that there’s no such thing as genres anymore:
It’s the universal language. It’s not about genres. It’s about good music and bad music. There’s shit rap music, shit rock and roll, bullshit country music and there’s horrible jazz. There’s brilliant jazz — Miles Davis! Brilliant rock — Coldplay. And there’s brilliant rap — Jigga!”