Killer Mike and El-P release the animated video for “Early” and, as always, offer a very timely view on today’s climate between African Americans and the boys in blue.
The RTJ x Zack De La Rocha collaboration gets the visual treatment and Killer Mike explains what you are looking at.
“This video represents the futile and exhausting existence of a purgatory-like law enforcement system. There is no neat solution at the end because there is no neat solution in the real world. However, there is an opportunity to dialogue and change the way communities are policed in this country. Salutes to AG Rojas for his unique take on the subject matter and to Shea and Keith for giving us their all and bringing it to life.”
Uproxx caught up with Killer Mike and El P in the Dominican Republic for an insightful interview on their musical origins and El P plays a new beat from the Run The Jewels 3 album.
A fan tried to show his ass by attempting to run up on Killer Mike and El P during their performance at Spotify House at SXSW. But he learned quickly that you don’t run up on Run The Jewels. What possessed this man to try and fight RTJ is beyond us but the end is hilarious.
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Mike and El-P head to Graffiti’s SWAG Shop in Atlanta, Georgia and talk to four kids about real shit: girls vs. boys’ intelligence, Iggy Azalea, non-violent drug offenses, and more. Don’t sleep on the wisdom of the youth.
Killer Mike and El Producto drop another video off of the stellar Run The Jewels 2 album.
Killer Mike and El-P release the second video off of their Run The Jewels 2 album for your viewing pleasure.
If you haven’t listened to Killer Mike and El-P’s second album, smack yourself a couple of times. Now that you’re finished, enjoy the latest set of visuals from Run The Jewels as the worst paramedics you could ever imagine.