Anything from Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack De La Rocha is highly anticipated and this new joint produced by 1/2 of Run The Jewels is just the banger to remind us how dope Zack is
Xbox drops a new trailer for Gears of War 4’s “Horde” mode and if you listen closely you’ll notice that the soundtrack features a brand new Run The Jewels song titled “Panther Like A Panther” from the RTJ3 album. Nice!
It’s a political royal rumble as El P and Killer Mike join DJ Shadow on “Nobody Speak” off of Shadow’s recently released The Mountain Will Fall. In the video, both sides of the political spectrum throw down with fists and it’s pretty much what you would expect on an episode of House of Cards.
“It’s such a dope video,” Killer Mike told Mass Appeal. “It’s what I really wish Trump and Hillary would just do and get it over with…And even in that fight I think Hillary would win – and that’s s not an endorsement.”
DJ Shadow releases the first single from his The Mountain Will Fall album “Nobody Speak” that features the vocal stylings of Killer Mike and El P.
Killer Mike and El-P give you the 360 virtual reality experience with the latest video for “Crown.” Even if you don’t have a pair of VR goggles (which most of us don’t), you can move the camera around yourself to get a taste of what the experience is like.
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.