The 2014 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival closed out with a bang on Saturday afternoon. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, this year’s event put on by Brooklyn Bodega was headlined by Raekwon and Jay Electronica. For Jay Electronica, the Roc Nation MC was accompanied by members of the F.O.I. (Fruit of Islam) and a few big guests.

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Mac Miller was first up, joining Electronica for their Watching Movies with the Sound Off collaboration “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes.” Forgetting the rest of his verse, Mac broke out an impromptu freestyle. J. Cole and Talib Kweli soon followed, performing with Jay Elec for the first-time as a trio, their Reflection Eternal collab “Just Begun.”

The best was saved for last as Brooklyn’s own Jay Z joined his fellow labelmate for a medley of songs including “Young Gifted & Black,” their “We Made It” freestyle, “Shiny Suit Theory,” and “P.S.A. (Public Service Announcement).”

Jay Electronica, Mac Miller, Talib Kweli & J. Cole – “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes” & “Just Begun”

Jay Electronica & Jay Z – “Young, Black, & Gifted,” “We Made It (Freestyle),” “Shiny Suit Theory” & “P.S.A.”

Photo Credit: CalledGoddess, FADER, The Blackest God, jasonchandler_

Previously: Jay Electronica & Raekwon to Headline 2014 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival