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It is fifteen continuous minutes of music, without drums, built from Jon Brion's soundtrack to the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
In late 2009 he released two singles, both produced by Just Blaze, "Exhibit A (Transformations)" and "Exhibit C", the latter of which won a Sucker Free Summit Award for Instant Classic.
According to a Filter TV interview, Jay Electronica has partnered with Decon to release his debut project.
It is being described as a multi-media release and footage from the project which was partially shot in Nepal and Dubai has begun to surface online.
"Exhibit C" was released on i Tunes December 16, 2009 and quickly shot to the top 10 of the i Tunes Hip-Hop charts.
Jay Electronica appeared at the 2010 Bonnaroo Music Festival.
"In my earlier years from when I first left home, I was embarrassed from being from the South," Thedford stated.
Electronica first gained significant attention after the release of the musical composition Act I: Eternal Sunshine (The Pledge), which was made available on a My Space page in 2007.Thedford began rapping after hearing his uncle rhyme.By the age of 19 Jay Electronica left New Orleans to pursue his musical career.In January 2008, Giles Peterson's 90-minute Gilles Peterson Worldwide podcast was devoted to the rapper. Weekly, "Jay Electronica: Much Better Than His Name Would Suggest", acknowledged that the rapper could be fairly described as "one of the most buzzed about rappers of 2008", but attempted to temper the hype somewhat, describing Act 1...and URB ran a cover story on the artist under the banner "Jay Electronica: A Spotless Mind :: An MC’s mystery revealed", which referred to his wanderings as his being "like some sort of hip-hop Jack Kerouac". as "ambitious, wildly original, if not slightly pretentious", while endorsing only to an extent the comparisons URB had made (referencing an "abstract rhyming style") to rappers like Nas and Pharoahe Monch.
In Detroit, Electronica met producer/engineer Mike "Chav" Chavarria, now a regular collaborator, who introduced him to both J. Dilla beats, meeting the producer subsequently to ask for permission to use the recordings as a demo.