jay-z bbc radio 1

Another day, another portion of Jay-Z’s BBC Radio 1 interview, and another batch of topics to discuss. In part three of his sit-down with Zane Lowe, Hov spoke about J. Cole (“he’s gonna be here as long as he wants to do it”), why Roc Nation Sports is different to other sports agencies, his admiration for President Obama and gripes with politics as a whole:

I get sick to my stomach just to think about the reasons why things are done, and the people that it’s really affecting. It’s not affecting the people that’s voting on it; all those Senators have cushy jobs. They’re making decisions based on their own career, based on their own ego, based on whatever lobbyist [is in] their pocket.

Watch part three after the jump…

Previously:
Jay-Z Talks “Holy Grail,” Fame & Kanye West with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe (Part 2)
Jay-Z Recalls Argument with Kanye, Fallout with Timbaland & More with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe