A little parasitic porn comes your way courtesy of Run The Jewels and Gangsta Boo’s video for “Love Again.”
Killer Mike and El-P continue to try new and innovative concepts. This time, the duo connect with the NY Times for a Virtual Reality video for “Crown.” If you have a VR device, you can download it here but if not, you can get to experience a little bit of it in this 40 second clip.
While in London, RTJ connected with Converse to present their entire concert with a 360 degree view.
What? You thought that was the end of the Meow The Jewels videos once Killer Mike and El-P announced they were working on RTJ 3? Nope. Get ready to get an eyeful of more creepy cat visuals courtesy of “Meowpurrdy.”
Killer Mike and El-P hit the Pitchfork Music Festival stage in Paris for a performance of “Early,” which is always appropriate considering the current climate between the boys and blue and African Americans.
Things get animated for the “Rubble Kings Theme” video by Run The Jewels.
Cat GIFs appropriately dominate the Nick Hook’s feline remix to Run The Jewels’ “All My Life.” Of course, it’s ridiculous.
Killer Mike and El-P explain in this documentary how a marijuana influenced idea about making a cat album turned into Meow The Jewels.
It’s been one year since RTJ2 dropped and Killer Mike and El Producto celebrate with the music video for “Angel Duster.”
Killer Mike and El-P provide the theme song to the Mass Appeal documentary “Rubble Kings.” Out on October 30th, Rubble Kings is described as a film about “how a few extraordinary, forgotten people did the impossible, during the gang era of NYC and how their actions impacted the city and the world over by planting the seeds to what would become hip hop culture.”