This Could Be the Release Date for Jay Electronica's 'Act II' Album

According to close associate Jason Goldwatch.

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Speculations, speculations everywhere. On the heels of the whole Frank Ocean and Kanye West + Drake debacles, it now seems like Jay Electronica has something for the table. Jason Goldwatch, a director and close associate of Jay, posted a photo via Instagram on Monday of the artist with the caption, “1.7.17.” This could mean that his album is coming out in five months. However, before you get your hopes up, it’s wise to remember that Jay has previously delayed many times and even scrapped this album previously. But, it’s 2016 so anything can happen — stay tuned for more on this.

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