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CONCERTS: Jay Z GIVES Jay Electronica His 5% Nation Chain + J. Cole, Talib Kweli & More Hit The Stage At The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival

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The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary this weekend with appearances from Jay Z, J. Cole, Talib Kweli and a headlining set from Jay Electronica. See what Jay Z presented Mr. Electronica with inside.... 

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On Saturday, Brooklyn played host to NYC's largest and longest running Hip-Hop cultural event, The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival.  This year, Jay Z took time out from his own "On The Run" tour to pop in for a few songs and a very special presentation.  

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Jay was on hand to support his Roc Nation artist Jay Electronica (aka Erykah Badu's baby daddy) who headlined the festival.

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In addition to the support of his Roc Nation boss, headliner Jay E. also had the backing of The Fruit of Islam (FOI).

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His manager, radio personality Angela Yee was also on hand.

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Jay Z hit the stage with Jay E. for performances of “Shiny Suit Theory,” “We Made It (Freestyle),” “Young, Gifted, & Black,” and “Public Service Announcement.” 

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During their set, Jay Z took off his Five-Percent Nation chain and handed it to Jay E.

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You'll recall that Jay did something similar a few months ago when he presented J. Cole with a Roc Nation chain during his birthday performance.

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J. Cole and Talib Kweli made surprise appearances at the fest as well, performing their collaboration “Just Begun.”

 

Watch Jay Z and Jay Electronica "Brooklyn We Made It" 

 

Watch J. Cole and Talib Kweli here:

 

Photos via angelayee/photorobnyc/chuckcreekmur/elliott wilson/bkhiphopfest Instagram

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