Killer Mike and El-P’s Run The Jewels 2 is available now for free download, or for purchase on iTunes. HipHopSite.Com review coming soon. Their last one got @@@@@.
As you may have heard, Killer Mike and El-P offered a series of ridiculous pre-order packages for their Oct. 27th Run The Jewels album. Among these was an offer for $45,000, in which the duo would remix the album using nothing but “cat sounds.” The idea was a hit with fans, who started a Kickstarter [cont.]
A message from Jamie and Mike: Last year we gave you Run The Jewels and in exchange we asked for an email. Since then we haven’t been in touch unless you’ve seen us at a show, talked to us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, bumped in to us at a bar, sold us weed, etc [cont.]
Posse cut remix of Ross’ cut from the Mastermind LP.
On the heels of a Summer festival run and Canadian headlining dates, Run The Jewels, the hip hop dream team of El-P and Killer Mike, have announced an extensive headlining tour with Ratking and Despot in support of their massively anticipated sophomore album RTJ2, set to arrive as a free download (via www.runthejewels.net), as well [cont.]
Killer Mike stops by The Breakfast Club to chat with Charlemagne The God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee.
Charlamagne The God’s new podcast, The Brilliant Idiots welcomes Killer Mike. They discuss Killer Mike’s rap career, selling dope out of necessity or just for business, what’s happening in Ferguson Missouri, American privilege and more.
Things get heated on CNN, as Don Lemon interviews Talib Kweli about the situation Ferguson. In the following clips, Killer Mike speaks with the network on the topic as well.
Killer Mike jumps on the remix of Tip’s “About The Money”, which may or may not appear on T.I.’s upcoming Paperchase LP.
Scotty ATL and Scion AV team up for this brand new music video “Pray Alone” featuring Killer Mike & Trouble from the OTR2SJ EP.
Here’s the first snippet from Killer Mike and El-P’s Run The Jewels 2 project, due sometime this year. Beat reminds us of some old Company Flow ish…
From the forthcoming LP, Carry On Tradition from Chicago-based producer, A-Villa. Carry On Tradition will be released 9/23 via Closed Sessions and features appearances by: Big K.R.I.T., Action Bronson, Kool G Rap, Joell Ortiz, Freeway, Michael Christmas, Roc Marciano, N.O.R.E., Macie Stewart, AZ, Havoc, Freddie Gibbs, Tree, and many more.
Killer Mike and El-P will form as Run The Jewels for a 13 city North american tour, throughout the U.S. and Canada. They are currently working on their second album, which will include collaborations with Zach De La Rocha and Travis Barker. Dates below: 07-31 Salt Lake City, UT – Pioneer Park * 08-02 Chicago, [cont.]
Scion AV presents Scotty ATL “Pray Alone” from his upcoming album OTR2SJ, hitting 6/30.
El-P speaks to Jinx at Complex about his upcoming Run The Jewels 2 project with his best friend, Killer Mike, saying that the album will be darker than their earlier material.
Killer Mike and El-P gave fans the first snippet from their upcoming Run The Jewels 2 last night. Although its only seven seconds, it shows that the record is coming along. We expect to see release before the end of the year… "nothing's even steven till these heathens learn to feel the blues, it would [cont.]
First offering from the upcoming official Boondocks mixtape hitting April 16th, to celebrate the return of the series to Adult Swim (despite the lost of creator Aaron McGruder), on April 21st.
Did you know that supreme evil corporation, Wal-Mart, indirectly has control over the rap industry? Until iTunes surpassed it 2008, Wal-Mart was the #1 music retailer in the United States, despite the fact that they only offer “clean/radio edit” versions of albums, something that we’ve all found out the hard way, at least once. That [cont.]
After a long hiatus following the devastating shooting of his youngest brother and the death of his girlfriend, Wafeek recently released ERA. The 12-track project, featuring Killer Mike, is a nod to what many hip hop heads consider “The Golden Era”. The sonic backdrop is a blend of classic 90’s boom bap and modern sensibilities, [cont.]
El-P and Killer Mike’s chain-snatching, poodle-shooting, antihero anthem “Run The Jewels” gets an appropriately bugged out animated video courtesy of Bristol’s RUFFMERCY. Watch this at high volume, preferably in a residential area. And also… by the way we've been recording RUN THE JEWELS 2 for 2 weeks now. just sayin. — el-p (@therealelp) February 19, [cont.]
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