Here goes the Blue Sky Black Death remix of Run The Jewels’ “36″ Chain”, which appears on Big Dada’s UK release of the LP.
Some musicians just exude a sense of watchability. El-P and Killer Mike are two such artists. From their music as Run The Jewels, to the electrifying live performances and the visceral music video for 36″ Chain, they are always good value and are never anything less than entertaining. Then it should come as no surprise [cont.]
Update: Here is the full-length cut. This is classic El. 12/17/13: Here is a new bonus track from the upcoming European release of Killer Mike and El-P’s Run The Jewels LP. Trackstar The DJ premiered the cut during the crew’s boiler room performance, and had this to say about it: “Before the guys’ interview and [cont.]
Run The Jewels, who just took our Indie Hip-Hop Album Of The Year, release this timely video just in time for Christmas. Oh also, someone tell Killer Mike that Megan Kelly says Santa is white. The UK release of Run The Jewels will have three bonus tracks, and is available for pre-order now. The bonus [cont.]
‘Sea Legs’ (Dave Sitek Remix) taken from the European release of Run The Jewels out 13th Jan on Big Dada.
Check out this live performance from The Boiler Room in London, as Killer Mike and El-P run through tracks from the Run The Jewels LP. Professionally shot and edited, no iPhone audience shit.
Killer Mike and El-P, aka Run the Jewels, respond to some of the comments left about their video “36 Inch Chain” on YouTube. This is hilarious.
One more from Fool’s Gold’s Run The Jewels project.
One more clip from Killer Mike and El-P’s Run The Jewels project, in stores now on A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold Records. Get It from Run The Jewels on Myspace.
In this episode of The Combat Jack Show, Killer Mike and El-P explain the ways they educate listeners through their music as well as other endeavors. For Killer Mike, that happens to be his own podcast Educated Villains, which he uses as a platform to enlighten listeners on issues they may not be aware of. [cont.]
MySpace presents this live performance of Killer Mike and El-P at recorded live at the Log Cabin studio in the Manhattan Center.
Live performance video from Big Boi’s Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors LP.
1/2 of Run The Jewels sits in with Bootleg Kev up at Power 98.3.
El-P and Killer Mike weigh in on Kendrick Lamar’s outspoken “Control” verse.
Produced by D. Focis.
From the upcoming EP, The Reignfall.
The debut video from El-P & Killer Mike’s new album, Run the Jewels, recently rated @@@@@ at HipHopSite.Com. Run The Jewels is El-P and Killer Mike, and the 3rd member is arguably Mr. Killums – the deviant rodent-star of El-P’s last 2 videos – who’s kidnapped in the clip below. It’s equal parts Charles Bronson [cont.]
From Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s II, out now on Jagjaguwar.
Last year, El-P broke the mold forged by his legendary Def Jux imprint, by travelling slightly outside of his comfort zone. Rather than working with another one of his like-minded subterranean labelmates, he opted to go for a more street level artist, producing an entire LP for loose-knit Outkast / Purple Ribbon Allstars affiliate, Killer [cont.]
Killer Mike and El-P release the follow-up to last year’s R.A.P. Music, this time as a group called Run The Jewels, sharing mic duties. The release is offered for digitally free, courtesy of A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold imprint, however you can order the album on limited edition vinyl or CD, in standard or deluxe editions here.
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