Kanye West, Jay-Z, Diddy to appear on Jay Electronica’s long-awaited debut album

Charlotte Gainsbourg and Erykah Badu are also set for ’Act II: Patents Of Nobility (The Turn)’

Kanye West, Jay-Z and Diddy are all confirmed to appear on the long-awaited debut album from Jay Electronica.

The rapper, who is currently involved in a high-profile dispute with millionaire financier Ben Goldsmith over his alleged relationship with his ex-wife Kate Rothschild, will release the album, which is titled ‘Act II: Patents Of Nobility (The Turn)’, on September 17 in the UK and September 19 in the US.

West features on two tracks, titled ‘New Illuminati’ and ‘Rough Love’, while Jay-Z is on ‘Road To Perdition’ and ‘Dinner At Tiffanys (The Shiny Suit Theory)’, which also includes Charlotte Gainsbourg and The-Dream.

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Diddy lends his talents to a track titled ‘Welcome To Knightsbridge’, while Erykah Badu, FatBellyBella and, bizarelly, Ronald Reagan and Serge Gainsbourg, will also feature on the record.

Electronica has been working on ‘Act II: Patents Of Nobility (The Turn)’, which is the follow-up to his 2007 mixtape ‘Act 1: Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge)’ since 2008.

The tracklisting for ‘Act II: Patents Of Nobility (The Turn)’ is as follows:

‘Real Magic’ (feat Ronald Regan)
‘New Illuminati’ (feat Kanye West)
‘Patents Of Nobility’
‘Life On Mars’ (feat FatBellyBella)
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ (feat Serge Gainsbourg)
‘Dinner At Tiffanys (The Shiny Suit Theory)’ (feat Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jay-Z & The-Dream)
‘Memories & Merlot’
‘Better In Tune With The Infinite’ (feat Latonya Givens)
‘A Letter To Falon’
‘Road To Perdition’ (feat Jay-Z)
‘Welcome To Knightsbridge’ (feat Sean Diddy Combs)
‘Rough Love’ (feat Kanye West)
‘Run & Hide’ (feat The Bullitts)
‘Nights Of The Roundtable’
‘10,000 Lotus Petals’

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