Killer Mike and El-P’s upcoming Run The Jewels album has been given a June 26th release date by Fool’s Gold, and will be available for free download. The duo are also offering the set on CD and limited edition yellow vinyl, which can be pre-ordered here. 1. Run The Jewels 2. Banana Clipper (feat. Big [cont.]
With a debut appearance on Outkast’s classic Stankonia, Killer Mike’s path towards the A-list of the rap game was set straight from the off. Since then he has gone on to release countless mixtapes and albums, and has used his far-reaching popularity as a platform to express politically charged views through his lyrics. This was [cont.]
A new Run The Jewels cut, produced for Adult Swim’s new Monday single series.
This is great. Free album and limited edition items out this June on Fool’s Gold. Catch Run The Jewels on tour with Despot and Kool AD all Summer www.twitter.com/therealelp www.twitter.com/KillerMikeGTO Wednesday 7/10 – Ottawa Blues Fest – Ottawa, ON Thursday 7/11 – The Hoxton – Toronto, ON Friday 7/12 – Camp Bisco – Mariaville, NY [cont.]
Part 3 of the Combat Jack Show’s interview with Killer Mike and El-Producto.
Part two of Combat Jack’s interview with Killer Mike and El-P, in anticipation of their upcoming free Fool’s Gold project, Run The Jewels.
El and Mike appear on The Combat Jack Show, to speak about their new Run The Jewels project.
El-P and Killer Mike, frequent collaborators and two of the most celebrated names in rap in their own right, confirm rumors of a joint LP and tour today as Run The Jewels. El-P’s self-produced Cancer 4 Cure reanimated Brooklyn rap last year with his signature lyrical conviction and bruising production; he also handled all of [cont.]
Killer Mike adds a verse to Big Boi’s “In the A” off Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. From Trackstar’s Shoes For Running Mixtape, available now. Big Boi + Killer Mike – “In The A (Remix)”
Killer Mike and El-P give their opinions on Hulk Hogan, God, fatherhood, men wearing dresses, Stephen King, being gifted socks, the great outdoors, and more.
Yesterday we showed you the first offering from Killer Mike and El-P’s Run The Jewels project, and today, we get a new solo cut from Mike, as featured on the DC Comics video game, Injustice: Gods Among Us.
El-P and Killer Mike team to form Run The Jewels, who will team for a full-length LP, tentatively slated for “Juneteenth” (June 18th?). Here is a snippet of their first Run The Jewels track, “Banana Clipper”.
Killer Mike speaks with The Breakfast Club.
Killer Mike still riding the wave of his near classic 2012 LP, R.A.P. Music, performing live on Letterman with El Producto and Scar. The Elegant Elephant coming soon…?
The 2013 Bonnaroo Festival line-up has been announced, which will happen June 13-16 in Manchester, TN. Among the hip-hop acts scheduled to perform are the reunited WU-TANG CLAN, as well as Nas, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, A$AP Rocky, Big K.R.I.T., Action Bronson, Earl Sweatshirt, Killer Mike, plus other acts you might be interested [cont.]
The 2nd Installment of ConsTV Tuesday’s is a Hip Hop Gem titled “Scared of Commitment” co-starring Sac-Town’s Chuuwee and A-Town’s Killer Mike!!! Though it wasn’t featured in Episode 4 of VH1′s “Love & Hip Hop” the song title plays right into Cons & Jen’s storyline perfectly. With The Produce Section on the beat, the bar [cont.]
Mike spits over Trinidad James’ “All Gold Everything” for Trackstar The DJ’s Educated Villains podcast.
From Dee-1′s new mixtape #TheFocusTape, out on iTunes now.
From Sonnie’s Flight @2012 mixtape hosted by Don Cannon. Directed by Alex Acosta.
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